The Internet Reacts to the Palace x Ralph Lauren “Kickflip” Polo Bear

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With the Palace x Ralph Lauren collaborative capsule having officially been unveiled earlier this week, the Internet quickly went to work on the collection’s revamped Polo Bear.

Acting as Ralph Lauren’s most famous unofficial mascot, the iconic Polo Bear, aka ‘Lo Bear, has been seen hobnobbing with celebrities, written about in leading print publications, and even appeared on Kanye West’s cover of his 2004 debut album, College Dropout. This time around, ‘Lo Bear can be seen doing a kickflip, which has caused streetwear fans to go into a frenzy. Check out some of the Internet reactions below.

The Palace x Ralph Lauren collection will be dropping at the Palace web store, European and North American stockists and Ralphlauren.com on November 9. It will then drop at Palace’s Tokyo store and Korean stockists on November 10.

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