Palace's FW20 End-of-Season Online Sale Is Coming This Week

A chance to get FW20 wares at up to 30 percent off.

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Palace is now readying its Fall/Winter 2020 end-of-season sale.

Adapting to the in-store restrictions brought on by COVID-19, the uniquely British streetwear imprint will be offering some of its FW20 offerings at a discount online. Although not much information has been revealed about the sale, it is expected that retail prices will be reduced up to 30 percent. Some standouts include the PALCE ARC’TERYX ALPHA SV JACKET, GTX AH-HA BOMBER, P-2B SHORT PARKA, REMARKER JACKET, along with choice hoodies, graphic T-shirts, headwear, carrying options and playful accessories.

The Palace FW20 end-of-season sale will take place on the streetwear imprint’s website January 8, 11 a.m. EST in the United States and January 9, 11 a.m. JST in Japan.

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