Whenever Palace and adidas collaborate, they rarely disappoint. From a nature-inspired adventure pack earlier this year, to that yoga capsule at some point during the last, Palace and adidas are undoubtedly two brands on a very similar wavelength.

That being the case, the two are collabing again, this time with the London-based streetwear label having its say on adidas Originals’ epochal EQT range.

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Initially teased amidst the reveal of Palace’s Fall 2022 preview last week, the pair are dropping a concise collection of sweatshirts, tees, joggers, caps, and socks, all adorning the sub-line’s signature white and teal colorways.

Palace has kept things fairly simple when it comes to branding, opting to add its minimalist written-out logo beneath the EQT motif.

This minimalist link-up is a stark contrast to the running capsule the two brands released last year, which saw Palace rework the UltraBOOST 21 with knitted plaid patterns and its Mobius Recycling logo.

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But that’s the thing with Palace, it’s an unpredictable brand. From collaborating with Calvin Klein earlier this year (and enlisting the help of Willem Dafoe in the process), to its more recent Rapha collab for the Tour de France and Tour de France Femmes, Palace rarely plays things by the book.

And while this forthcoming capsule with adidas Originals EQT is arguably its most subdued to-date, it might just be the best.

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