Sportswear fans have been buzzing all week with the announcement of a return collaboration between adidas Originals and Palace Skateboards. The two brands have been teasing an incredibly comprehensive collection, one that refocuses their aesthetic into something more tactile than conceptual. And after unveiling the entirety of the first drop of their SS16 line, it seems they have made good on their promises.

The apparel is a spread of streetwear essentials, with everything from hydrophilic tracksuits to track shorts to tops embellished with instantly familiar football-inspired designs. The collection also includes a smattering of practical summer accessories, such as a towel, a gym sack and, naturally, a cap. The sneakers included in the line mark a return of the Palace Pro and the Palace Pro Primeknit from their previous collaborative efforts, executed in fresh new colorways.

adidas Originals by Palace goes on sale this Saturday, May 21 at select retailers and online.

In other adidas news, check out the newly launched Ultra Boost Uncaged sneaker in a black colorway.

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