Though the weather would have you think otherwise, Spring '22 is just beyond the horizon, which means one thing – Palace is back, offering up the first preview of its new collection.

Sometimes the days just blend into one; you forget what week of the month you're in, let alone the day, left scrambling to click up your calendar. A simple tracker, possibly even easier than waking your phone? Palace's weekly drop schedule (and Supreme's, too).

The breaks between Palace's seasonal collections and the previews that sit between them are notably quiet, weeks without any WTF collaborations, GORE-TEX remixes, or colorful reinterpretations of the Tri-Ferg. But alas, the break's over.

With the reveal of its Spring '22 lookbook preview, Palace has kicked open the door on what is sure to be a release calendar stacked full of surprises, head-turners, and more outerwear than you could dream of.

The upcoming seasonal drop promises lots a healthy dose of knitwear – from vets fit for Christmas, strawberry laden sweats, long sleeve polo shirts, and a sweatshirt on which the brand's managed to contort the Yin-Yang into a P.

Over the years, outerwear has become a component in which the brand goes above and beyond, offering up some of its strongest statement pieces, like last year's CORD-TEX.

Spring '22 is no different, with technical tracksuits, fleece anoraks, a ram logo varsity jacket, a patch-heavy aviator jacket, and what is safe to assume is a GORE-TEX pullover all making an appearance.

While you wait for the collection to land in stores and online, check out what's on offer up top.

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