Palace's Fourth Spring 2021 Drop Includes Collaborative adidas Shirts and Shoes

Accompanying new motifs and in-line accessories.

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Following the expansive “Palace Artois” partnership, Palace is kicking off March with another special drop. This time, alongside a slate of in-line gear and accessories, the London-based skate brand is serving up an assortment of special co-branded adidas items, its first Three Stripes joint effort of the season.

Lightning bolts, cartoonish characters, recycled logos and critter-shaped patches grace a variety of other goods, with plenty of Trifergs to go around. The Triferg reappears in the adidas capsule, which includes P-branded sneakers and football shirts laden with co-branding.

Look for the fourth Spring 2021 drop to hit Palace’s website on March 5 at 11 a.m. GMT (UK), 12 p.m. CET (Europe), 11 a.m. EST (USA), and on March 6 at 11 a.m. JST and CST (Japan and through WeChat in China). Palace’s flagship stores will also host the drops in-person exclusively in America, Japan and China.

adidas hasn’t slow its own collaborative streak, meanwhile, again linking with the likes of Nice Kicks, Sean Wotherspoon and Prada.

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