Here's Everything Dropping at Palace This Week

Featuring colorful staples and sports-inspired two-pieces.

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Palace has revealed every item from drop four of its Summer 2019 collection.  This week’s collection is comprised of heavily-branded T-shirts, technical two-pieces and a selection of Summer-ready caps, as well as standout utility belt bag, emblazoned with Palace branding and the skate imprint’s signature Triferg logo.

This season is packed with bright colors referencing the ’80s and ’90s as seen in last week’s Kickers collaboration. Continuing the theme, Palace has dropped this week’s offering in saturated shades of orange, muted yellow, lavender, bright greens and deep blues. Standout pieces from drop four include the aforementioned belt bag, as well as the retro sportswear-inspired track jacket and shorts duo, both of which feature a matching wave-segregated colorblocked scheme of muted seasonal colors.

Elsewhere, the drop sees pieces such as a colorful marble-themed “P” logo cap and a selection of “PALACE LONDON” T-shirts, available in teal, lavender, black and blue with contrasting text.

Take a look at everything releasing at Palace this week in the gallery above. All items will be stocked at Palace’s London, New York and Los Angeles outposts on May 24 at  11 a.m. BST/11 a.m. EST/8 a.m. PST, as well as palaceskateboards.com. The pieces will arrive at Palace Japan at 11 a.m. JST on May 25.

In other news, Cav Empt has unveiled a surprise release of two T-shirts for SS19.

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