After taking on the XA COMP ADV last year and the Speedcross 4 a year earlier, Palace has reunited with Salomon for three new releases. The latest collaboration from the London label’s Fall 2021 collection focuses on the XT-6 silhouette, which has been wrapped in a series of new colorways and patterns.
The collection begins with a relatively understated “Beige” and “Quarry” colorway of the sneaker, which is complemented by a new interpretation of a camouflage pattern, reflective silver overlays and black Palace branding. The second design is more eye-catching, with hits of neon yellow running across the predominantly black upper, which sports the same graphic camo patterns as the other colorways.
The third and final colorway is the most eye-catching of the trio. The camo pattern mixes “Lilac” with gray, while other sections of the shoe include gradient overlays that run through “Fuchsia” “Orange” and “Mint.” Elsewhere, the sneaker sports a “Lilac” tongue, and neon yellow lace loops. Across all three designs, Palace has kept Salomon’s technical expertise front and center, with EVA cushioning, a TPU film and mesh construction, and a downhill chassis and lug geometry for stability.
Take a look through the Palace x Salomon XT-6 collaboration in the gallery above. The three colorways will arrive via the Palace web store and physical locations — as well as Dover Street Market London and L.A. — on September 10. The capsule will release a day later in Japan and China.
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