Palace Drop the Visuals for Their Winter 2016 Collection


Palace Skateboards have just released the visuals for their cozy 90’s inspired winter 2016 collection, once again centred around team rider Blondey McCoy 

 Palace has built a reputation on bold designs and re-imaging nostalgic looks for a modern audience and this drop is no different. The look-book mainly highlights the outwear offering from the latest release, with the standout pieces including a corduroy work jacket, the knitted patterned jumpers and the puffer jacket, all classic silhouettes which have been re-designed with Palace’s unique brand of “gully chic”.

 Everything in the look-book is due to drop at Palace’s flagship Soho store on the 8th of October and on the 13th online and at selected retailers.  


Palace Skateboards x Adidas Winter 2015


Continuing their fruitful partnership in to the winter, Palace and adidas build off their 90’s inspired collaborative collections for one of their strongest releases to date this season.

The Winter 2015 collection once again looks to classic silhouettes from the german sportswear brand, reworked with a bit of creative influence from London’s premier skate brand. As we move into the colder weather, the latest collaborative release takes a heavy focus on outerwear, with the reversible heavyweight down jacket and the marble print bomber jacket the two stand out pieces. Aligning with the nostalgic sportswear theme, the collection also features football inspired jerseys, dual-branded tracksuits tops and joggers, and bulked out with casual hoodies, quarter zip pullovers, polo tees and long sleeves. A varied selection of accessories including winterised headwear, bags and gloves round off the release, which is designed to keep you cozy and warm throughout the harsher months.

It’s a nostalgic release for those, like myself, who donned the classic adidas trackies back in the 90’s. Utilising colour blocking and wavy print techniques in places with a monochromatic colour palette throughout, it’s the perfect mixture of bold and understated, and theres no questioning why this, like all the other releases, will causes so much hype.

Enjoy the lookbook above, once again featuring team rider Blondey Mccoy donning the clothing. The Palace Skateboards x adidas Winter 2015 collection will be available at and at selected stores from the 24th of October.


Palace Skateboards x Bronze 56k

Palace Skateboards x Bronze 56K


As with all releases from the London skate giants, the hype around this collaboration has been huge across social media over the last few days. In a release that we should of seen coming, Palace and Bronze 56K finally lift the lid on their collaborative apparel and deck collection.

The concise release is comprised of graphic tees, hoodies and sweaters, sticking to a minimal colour palette of black and white, with hits of bronze on the dual branded tri-logo designs. Alongside the apparel offering is a deck series made up of four boards, in which we see some reworks of classic Palace designs as well as some original graphics that utilise logo pieces from both brands.

Following on from high profile collaborations with adidas and on the back of their flagship store launch, the latest collaborative venture sees Palace return to their roots with the New Yorkers, in a release that aligns with the gritty lo-fi aesthetic that has seen both parties gain a large cult following over the years.

The Palace Skateboards x Bronze 56k collection is available in-store at Palaces London flagship on Brewer Street and online exclusively at from 11pm GMT tonight (Friday the 5th of June). You can also pick up the deck series from Flatspot. and Slam City Skates. 

To celebrate the release of the collection, Palace and Bronze56K have also come together on this rad edit dubbed “PARAMOUNT”. The 21 minute video features riders Blondey McCoy, Chewy Cannon, Torey Goodall, Juan Saavedra, Charlie Young, Rory Milanes, Benny Fairfax, Lucien Clarke, Danny Brady, Shawn Powers, Karim Bakhtaoui, Josh Wilson, Dick Rizzo, Joseph Delgado, Rob Gonyon, Billy McFeely, Mark Humienik, Chachi and Kevin Tierney. Enjoy it in its entirety below….


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Palace Skateboards x adidas Pro Shoe Collection


 Palace Skateboards and adidas take their fruitful relationship a step further as they follow up their 90’s inspired apparel collaboration by moving into the footwear market, delivering four solid skate-able pro shoes for the summer months.

Following a series of teaser images and a hypnotising appearance from D Double E on social media over the last week or so, building the hype for the collaboration, we can now take a closer look at the styles that are set to drop tomorrow the 16th of May. The collection is made up of the collaboratively designed Pro Primeknit and the Pro Trainer, with two colour options in each silhouette.

The Palace Pro Primeknit debuts with adidas’ Primeknit technology applied to the upper, available in a white/grey option with tonal lacing and a stark white sole unit, as well as the retro inspired black/white colour option, reminiscent of the gum soled adidas skate copa and also features tonal lacing and the popular gum rubber sole. The Pro Suede Shoe draws from adidas’ popular Gazelle silhouette, perhaps slightly more skate friendly, it arrives in a grey/white and a black/white colour option, constructed from a perforated suede on the shoes upper, with the grey/white sitting on top of an icy translucent sole and the black, a white contrasting sole unit that matches the white lacing and stripe branding. Both the Pro Primeknit and the Pro Suede feature the ZX flux heel cage that offers additional stability to the wearer and heel pull, keeping the branding minimal throughout with the classic three stripe featuring on the side panels.

The Palace Skateboards x adidas Pro Shoe collection will be available from Palace’s web store HERE and selected retailers including Flatspot and Welcome from Midnight tonight (00:01 BST 16th of May).

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Palace Skateboards ‘Mid-Season’ Collection


On the eve of one of the most significant events in UK skate and fashion this year, we take a look at the Palace Skateboards ‘Mid-Season’ offering that is set to drop tomorrow, coinciding with the opening of the brands first ever retail store.

The last few weeks has seen the internet ablaze with rumours and eventually confirmation of Palace’s flagship store opening in London’s Brewer Street of Soho. Following their hugely popular release earlier this season, the skate powerhouse have continued to gather even more momentum and have now unveiled their latest collection which have been showcased in their latest lookbook, once again featuring team rider Blondey McCoy.

Again progressive in design and retrospective in its inspiration, the ‘Mid-Season’ release introduces several new styles including Italian made work pant and chino offerings, track suits, colour blocked Scottish made knitwear, Japanese selvedge denim and premium outerwear pieces that include a wool bomber and over shirts made in the UK. Palace align with their street ready aesthetic with a range of graphic based tees, hoodies and coach jackets, featuring updated renditions of the iconic tri-logo and trailblazers designs, as well as a new headwear drop of caps and bucket hats.

In addition to the latest collection the shop will also be carrying records and skateboards, and will be open everyday from Saturday the 25th of April. The Palace Skateboards ‘Mid-Seaon’ Collection will be available at the brands flagship store from tomorrrow…

Palace Skateboards
26 Brewer St.
Soho, London W1F 0SW


Palace Skateboards x adidas Originals Collection


After days of rumours and sneak peeks, we can finally unveil the full details of the highly anticipated adidas Originals x Palace Skateboard collaboration with this fitting lookbook from our friends over at END. Clothing.

London based Palace skateboards have played a huge part within British skate culture and have been at the forefront of innovative skate design in both soft and hard goods. In a collection that references themes from 90’s British culture, a time of trackies, football shirts and loud sweaters, Palace rework some of the nations favourite designs from adidas. Keeping the branding minimal and applying a large selection of retro graphics, the collection features both sports and street wear designs with outerwear pieces, tracksuit bottoms and headwear offerings. The collections attention to detail is certainly something to admire as each piece successfully brings the gritty aesthetic of the 90’s back to life. Our key picks from the collection include the Stripe Crew Sweat in white and Team Away top.

The adidas Originals X Palace Skateboards collection will be available from the 27th of September online at