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3 5

Great look, tight fit

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
  • Fit: Runs small

I love Stance. I really, really do love Stance. But the snowboard boot specific socks run ridiculously tight in the calf area. I mean, I'd love to think I just have super-swoll-bro calves, but let's not kid anyone..I don't.

But, as always, stance puts out an aesthetically-pleasing product. So if you buy your socks according to looks, or just have peg legs, then these are the perfect socks for you.

3 5

Bit tight for my feet.

  • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

I don't feel like I have big calves or feet, but for some reason these felt tight to me. Worked for the purpose which was wearing under by knee boots, but I would have liked them to be more comfortable.

5 5

Stance Diamonds

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
  • Fit: True to size

The wife said she loves these socks, they stretch nicely and have a little sparkle to them. They were made with excellent quality and she gets compliments even when worn as a boot topper.

4 5

Stance Boot Socks

  • Gender: Female

Love the Santa Fe/Aqua color, but I wish they had more stretch in the calf. I think it might be that particular colorway with all the extra detailing threads. Might give the Ruby/Black a try to see how they'd compare.

4 5

Stance Boot Socks

Love the Santa Fe/Aqua color, but I wish they had more stretch in the calf. I think it might be that particular colorway with all the extra detailing threads. Might give the Ruby/Black a try to see how they'd compare.