Everything Dropping at Palace This Week

Featuring fuzzy hoodies, insulating headgear, and more.

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London-based imprint Palace continues to bash out graphic staples from its Winter 2023 collection. Last week, Palace collaborated with Wedgwood for a strawberry-infused teapot set. The brand returns for its fifth seasonal drop, consisting of fuzzy hoodies, branded crewnecks, and a selection of hats and caps.

Palace’s Script Hood leads this week’s drop crafted from cozy sherpa inside and out. The garment arrives in “Grey,” “Huntsman,” “Natural,” and “Navy” colorways, featuring buttoned hoods and varsity-style chest scripture. The Unitas Crew follows in three neutral hues with arched Palace branding, “AMOR ET UNITAS” lettering, and boxed “MMIX” numerals.

Faded caps and insulating Polartec Warmdome Earflap 5-Panel Ultra hats with removable straps and adjustable mechanisms complete Palace’s fifth Winter 2023 offering.

Palace’s Winter 2023 Drop 5 will release both in stores and online starting Friday, October 27 at 11 a.m. EDT on the brand’s official webstore, and in Japan on October 28 at 11 a.m. JST on the Palace Japan webstore. Additionally, it’ll be available on the official “Palace_Skateboards” WeChat store on October 28 at 11 a.m. CST.

In other news, The North Face’s FW23 parkas battle rain and shine.

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