Palace Spring 2021 Pants and Shorts

Standouts include GORE-TEX zip-offs and the “Don P” jeans.

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If its Spring 2021 lookbook was anything to go by, you can tell that Palace is not holding back on colors, prints, patterns and materials this season. In true form, the London-based label presents a varied and extensive array of garments once more, and in an unexpected turn of events, the trousers are perhaps this season’s unsung heroes thanks to a number of standout pairs.

Notably, Palace presents a collection of GORE-TEX trousers. Coming in black, white, pink, or camouflage, these trousers are easily converted into shorts with the use of just one zip around per thigh, while the Paclite Shell technology will allow you to easily pack away the left-over legs from your once trousers-now shorts garment.

Additionally, there’s a strong array of loungewear essentials in the form of sweatpants. Presented in classics including black and gray, as well as bright orange and purple and a muted yellow shade, the pairs are complete with original Tri-Ferg logo branding on the left-hand pocket and a set of elasticated cuffs.

For something a bit more formal, or perhaps best worn with Palace’s standout selection of seasonal shirts, look no further than its variety of denim. Must-haves include the white straight legs with the “Don P” bottle and the heel-wearing girl on them, and the blue denim cargo shorts that are finished with a drawcord pouch on the left leg.

Take a look at the Palace Spring 2021 pants, shorts, and trousers above. Palace’s Spring 2021 collection will drop on its web store and U.S. locations on February 12 at 11 a.m GMT/11:00am EST/8:00AM PST respectively. The label is also launching a new European site at 12PM CET on February 12, and the collection will then arrive in-store and online in Japan and via WeChat in China on February 13.

For more from the latest drop, make sure to check out other offerings in the following categories:

- Outerwear
Tracksuits
Knitwear, Hoodies and Sweaters
Shirts
T-Shirts, Longsleeves and Polos
adidas Collaboration
Accessories, Hardware and Hats

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