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Would whoever had UGG in Palace Skateboards Collaboration Bingo, please make themselves known? 2023’s coziest link-up so far is upon us.

Revealed in January 2023 as part of Palace’s Spring 2023 lookbook (which can be viewed in full on IG), the wild co-branded UGG boots look to be landing this season in a classic tan colorway with blue lightning bolt motifs designed by fried of the brand Fergus Purcell.

Historically (and I'm talking since the 2000s), UGG boots have been worn by surfers post surf to help the feet recover after a day on the waves. Now Palace is doing the same for skaters, 'cos why not?

Palace's shocking (literally!) UGG boots drop on March 31 via Palace's website.

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UGG underwent a revival of sorts through 2022 — not least thanks to the rise in Y2K style — and even had Adam Sandler rocking a pair of their Classic Short Boots.

After dropping collabs with the likes of White Mountaineering and Denim Tears last year (to name only a few), an UGG clog link-up with Martine Rose was revealed during the British designer’s Fall/Winter 2023 runway presentation in Pitti Uomo earlier this month.

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For Palace — which had its own collab with Junya Watanabe teased in Paris last week — this marks service as normal for a label who linked with every brand and their dog throughout 2022, and we’re here for it.

While Palace’s UGG boots probably won’t be any good for kick-flipping in (or whatever it is skaters do), they’ll likely be the perfect companion for those cozy post-skate beers (or whatever it is skaters do).

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