Our Affordable Alternatives series continues, spotlighting a set of sporty windbreakers along the lines of those seen in Palace’s latest collaboration with adidas Originals.

Our Affordable Alternatives series aims to bring our readers reasonably-priced versions of typically high-priced fashion items, saving you money in your ongoing pursuit of style.

The second installment of adidas’s collaboration with UK skate sensation Palace caused furore upon release, with a throwback ’90s aesthetic that leaned heavily on nylon and polyester tracksuits. While the collab is long sold out and cost a premium thanks to the gratuitous use of 3M and technically proficient fabrics, we’ve highlighted a set of similarly sporty windbreakers that are available right now, at a fraction of the price.

Check out the pieces below and head over to our Affordable Alternatives series for more reasonably-priced high fashion pieces – including spring sneakersraincoats under $100bomber jacketselongated tees and duffel bags, amongst others.

adidas Lightweight Mesh Windbreaker – $60

If you can live without the hood, adidas’s mainline serves up a zip-up track jacket with an engineered poly-mesh shell, bold piped detailing and tonal white versions of those iconic three stripes running up the sleeves.

Nike Windrunner Jacket – $85

A classic zip-up style windbreaker with a multi-panel hood, Nike’s poly-shell Windrunner jacket sports a mesh lining for breathability and bold two-tone color blocking.

PUMA Printed Windbreaker – $75

A printed poly taffeta shell sports a dégradé grid pattern if you like to keep things more graphic.

Imperial Motion Vector Reflective Windbreaker – $99

If you want to take reflective detailing to the next level,  Imperial Motion drops a 1/4 zip-up windbreaker with a shell crafted entirely from the reflective material.

Check out the rest of our Affordable Alternatives series for more reasonably-priced high fashion pieces – including spring sneakersraincoats under $100bomber jacketselongated tees and duffel bags, amongst others.

Words by Alec Leach
Digital Fashion Editor

Alec Leach grew up in Brighton, England, but now lives in Berlin, where he leads Highsnobiety's digital fashion content.

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