Brand: Palace x adidas

Model: Ultraboost 21

Release Date: October 15

Price: TBC

Buy: Palace stores and online

Editor's Notes: Round two of Palace and adidas' Fall/Winter 2021 collaborative endeavors is on the way, hitting the ground running with the Ultraboost 21.

Palace leaves no stone unturned. Its partnerships with Three Stripes have explored a plethora of sports, tapping into tennis, football, golf, and more. The last outing they shared saw them unwind into a "tranquil world of wellness," tapping into yoga and relaxation with the Palaste wellness collection.

Well, it seems the duo are all relaxed out and ready to run as the second season drop of Fall/Winter 2021 strides into the world of running with a capsule of performance-ready pieces.

Front and center of the collaborative drop is the adidas Ultraboost 21 that comes complete in two colorways – black and white. Landing as a continuation of Three Stripe's work alongside Parley, this Ultraboost two-piece has been developed with a sustainable approach. The upper has been crafted with 81% Primeblue, a high-performance recycled yarn containing at least 50% Parley Ocean Plastic. The result is a trippy, colorful knitted plaid upper that feels oh so very Palace.

Launching alongside the sneakers is a running cap and socks made from Primegreen, using 68% and 97% recycled content, respectively.

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