Stance Socks launched its first SQUAD collection with Dwyane Wade, Klay Thompson, James Harden and Chandler Parsons before the NBA season started, and now the company is back with another round of signature socks for all the aforementioned ballers.

The second SQUAD collection—designed for lifestyle, rather than on-court socks—launched today at Stance.com. Each is inspired by the individual’s interests.

Scroll through the photos above to get a closer look at each of the styles. Here’s a little more on each guy’s socks, from our friends at Stance:

Dwyane Wade

 

Dwyane Wade became Stance’s first Hoops Punk & Poet in 2013 and was the first NBA player to have his own sock line. He has since collaborated on multiple signature collections and now contributes his aesthetic to the second Squad collection. Wade’s latest socks for Squad are tied together with a military green theme and play with different sock heights.

 

James Harden

 

Harden is a brand ambassador for Stance Hoops as well as the men’s underwear collection which launched in 2015. Harden’s inspired contributions to the Squad Collection place an emphasis on hue. Bright pops of color are the focal point of all styles, while geometric patterns and pop art give a nod to Harden’s bold personality and aesthetic.

 

Klay Thompson

 

Klay Thompson joined Stance’s roster of Punks & Poets nearly two years ago, shortly before the Golden State Warriors won the 2015 NBA Championship. Best known for his shooting skills, Thompson also has a deft touch off the court. Thompson’s socks for his second Squad collection are an ode to his love of his dog, Rocco, and all things basketball.

 

Chandler Parsons

 

Chandler Parsons was introduced to the Stance family in 2014. Following Parson’s successful signature flamingo style, Parsons joins the Squad with new creative contributions. Parson’s two signature Squad styles are art-inspired and incorporate his signature color, blue. Parson’s styles are emblazoned with his insignia, which includes his initials and his jersey No. 25.