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Stretch and Bobbito Now Have Stance Socks, and They’re Amazing

Stretch and Bobbito upped New York City’s radio game 27 years ago when they turned the radio station at Columbia University into a rite of passage for up-and-coming rappers breaking into the mainstream. Now, they’ll help you step your sock game up with a new Stance collaboration—the Stance x Stretch and Bobbito socks—available beginning today.

The feet warmers, which bear the animated faces of both Stretch Armstrong and Bobbito Garcia, will run you just $18, and they arrive in the nick of time. Armstrong and Garcia recently reprised their roles as two of hip hop’s most reliable luminaries by launching a new podcast, What’s Good with Stretch and Bobbito, on NPR. Thus far, they’ve held court with the likes of Dave Chappelle, Donnell Rawlings, and Chance The Rapper.

Put us on your feet! Dropping today: the Stance X Stretch and Bobbito socks. Available at #stretchandbobbito

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Now, we know what you’re thinking. But no, it won’t be weird having these two guys flashing toothy smiles at passersby that happen to be looking down as you walk by. These are the men that brought you the freestyle, bruh. Pay homage.

Or, just hang ‘em on the wall like this guy.

Grab your pair here.

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