Give Your Feet Some Style With Stance Socks 

Artistic three-pack proves matching is so out this season.

Keep your toes warm and show off your appreciation for art with Stance socks.

Keep your toes warm and show off your appreciation for art with Stance socks.

One sock company has taken a stance on threesomes—it digs 'em. Designed by up-and-coming California artists, the socks are sold in packs of three. That's right, three individual socks with no exact match.

For years, the dryer sock fairy has been squirreling away individuals from pairs. Now, the singles are ready to mingle and they're planning a market takeover.

Stance's three-of-a-kind packs sport the motto, "Don't match, don't matter." These are socks for people with bigger fish to fry than ransacking the house for an exact mate. Considering Stance's headquarters are in San Clemente, Calif., the company's No. 1 priority is warming up toes after dawn patrol.

The company has socks for snow, casual wear and groms, which include a special graphic for every line. Stance's newest line includes pipe bomb tube socks and low-rider cuts. There are also preselected sock kits by artist deadmau5. Never heard of him? Well, Willow Smith has a selected box of favorites, too.

You can snag a pack at Boise's Boardroom on State Street.

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