Fan favorite Palace Skateboards is poised for a big year following the announcement of an upcoming NYC location and the release of its Summer 2017 lookbook. Now with the entire Summer '17 collection set to drop on May 5, we take a look at our 20 favorite pieces from the range.

Palace's Tri-Ferg logo is front and center on a number of pieces while others reference key moments in '90s pop culture, and even '80s culture with a cleverly photoshopped image of Emilio Estevez in John Hughes' classic The Breakfast Club.

Two 9k gold rings make it in the seasonal collection, while fans of the brand may be surprised by the inclusion of lavish snakeskin Chelsea boots.

Look for the Palace Summer 2017 collection to release on May 5 over at the brand’s online store, as well as its flagship spaces in London and New York.

Palace 26 Brewer Street London W1F 0SW United Kingdom

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