Stance Ventron Collection Elevates Your Sock Game with Its New FEEL360 Technology

Offered in low, mid, and crew renditions.

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Stance debuts its Ventron collection that’s designed for ideal athletic performance. The Orange County-based socks and underwear brand uses its new FEEL360 technology that’s aimed to keep socks fresher and drier to ensure maximum durability. Its crucial feature is its moisture wicking capabilities which is designed to eliminate bacteria while keeping body temperatures cool. “The whole collection looks and feels very forward, but creating a totally new look in socks with this low style makes this collection especially fresh,” said Albie Rosario, Director of Men’s Lifestyle Marketing for Stance. The innovative collection offers a low, mid, and crew silhouettes in a vibrant color palette of earth, aqua, coral and lime.

Check out the lookbook above and head over to Foot Locker to view the full lineup for $12 – $20 USD.

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