STANCE Welcomes Jake Olson-Elm to the Team

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No need to clutch your purses ladies, it’s not a vagrant with cool socks, it’s Jake Olson-Elm! Destroying rails, killing powder lines, and never thinking once about washing his favorite pants. This Minnesota native has been around the world and back again all in the name of shred. It’s shoes optional with Jake OE which makes him a perfect addition to the Stance crew…just in time for the warm summer snow season!

Jake joins the current roster of Stance 'Punks and Poets' that include Mikey LeBlanc, Todd Richards, Stevie Bell, LNP, Jed Anderson and Chris Grenier, along with other notables such as Chris Cole, Scotty Stopnik, Jason Jessee, Andrew Reynolds and Don Pendleton.

Founded in 2010, STANCE unravels the spool of convention to create an original canvas worthy of the art it is paired with. A commune of creativity, STANCE is dedicated to the spirit of individuality. Celebrate bold expression with free-thinking fabric that becomes thread poetry in motion. Send a crystal clear mixed message that’s silently loud and quietly bold. Designed in San Clemente, worn everywhere. For additional information on STANCE socks visit http://www.stance.com.

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