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Brand: Palace

Season: Summer 2018

Key Pieces: Among the many highlights are the ritual track top (slide 1), the bones Triferg T-shirt (slide 37), and a pack of Palace-branded boxer briefs (slide 53).

Editor’s Notes: While the Palace Spring 2018 collection has come and gone, with a adidas Originals collab dropping in the downtime since, the brand’s Summer 2018 collection has now been officially unveiled.

As always, Palace has put together an incredibly comprehensive collection of T-shirts, tops, bottoms and accessories. This season, fans of the skate brand can look forward to several GORE-TEX-infused pieces, a collaboration with Oakley, and countless colorful statement pieces.

Panda graphics make their way on to some of the pieces, including a pin and a “Love Your Planet” crewneck (slide 12), and a an all-over wave print is featured on several items that are dubbed “Ride.”

Meanwhile, Palace’s love for Germany is evident in the “Autobahn” graphic T-shirt (slide 38), which features a rough sketch of a man driving his car on the famous German autobahn.

Flip through some of the apparel pieces above and let us know your thoughts in the comments. For the full collection, head to Palace via the link below.

In other news, check out this $700 Versace soccer jersey we wish was at the World Cup here.

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