Carhartt WIP x Stance SS19 Sock Collection

Apr 10, 2019

Category: Style

Carhartt WIP has been one of the most collaborative companies to ever make their way into the utility clothing space. Amidst their endless involvement with the top brands in each different market, they’ve found a way to join forces with Stance, the most dominant sock proprietor around, to bring customers a collection of quality, knitted accessories.

The new Carhartt WIP x Stance SS19 Spring/Summer collection is set to feature eight new styles, all of which are derived from Stance’s 565 athletic crew and 200 needle crew socks. The minimalist silhouettes feature a number of different colorways, from the busy, angular Barkleys, Brush and Laurel camos, and retro Strike stripes, all the way to traditional grey and orange variants. Gripped branding on the bottom of the sock gives wearers a firm foundation to stand on, while both Carhartt and Stance’s unmistakable insignias are emblazoned throughout the range. The limited edition collection of socks will only be available for purchase via Carhartt WIP’s website, stores, and Stance European retailers.

Purchase: $20

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