Here's Every Piece From the Palace x adidas Originals Winter 2017 Collection

Palidas is back.

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After announcing a new collaborative sneaker in the form of the Pro 2, London’s Palace and sporting giant adidas Originals have now unveiled the full selection of items that will be releasing alongside it.

The lineup includes a number of sportswear pieces that feature signature touches from both brands. Streetwear essentials such as jackets, both short- and long-sleeved tees, as well as signature track gear are all in the mix with the Three Stripes and Palace’s branding present.

The Palace x adidas Originals Winter 2017 collection will be available on Friday, October 27 at Palace’s London, New York and online store, as well as select stockists around the world. Specific release time will be at 11AM (GMT+1) for London and 11AM EST for New York.

For more Palace news, the London skate brand also showcased its new skatepark that will be opening tomorrow.

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