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Palace Announce “Ultimo Pt II” Release

By December 12, 2016Fashion News




Palace Ultimo Part 2.

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Streetwear and skateboard brand, Palace, have announced that they will be releasing more from its Skateboards’ FW16 “Ultimo” collection just in time for Christmas.

The brand that was founded back in 2010 by Lev Tanju will launch more vintage sportswear such as a Polartec Fleece bomber, thermal zip-up hoodie and a trio of eye-catching beanies. The second part of their collection will also feature a new range of accessories that includes a leather key ring, card holder and bucket hat.

Palace have grown into one of the most-sought after independent Skateboard brands, and as expected, their distinctive logo is featured all over their new products alongside their off-beat “We Like to Move it Move It” and “Sportswear Centurions” slogans.

Their new collection is scheduled for release on December 16th and will be available for purchase at Palace Skateboards, as well as at selective retailers, alongside their collaboration with the new adidas Originals x Palace Skateboards EQT.

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