New Balance continues to showcase their reign of influence in the UK with their most recently released collaboration with skateboard brand Palace. A capsule collection of football casual wear is what the tandem decided to present with this series.
The British imprint founded by Gareth Skewis and Lev Tanju, Palace is renowned for their aesthetic in football fashion and this sequence of designs are a great expression of their athletic fashion influence. For this series, Palace and New Balance combine forces to craft a collaboration cemented in history. Embracing New Balance’s Made In UK 991 model, the duo cross brand on each article of this series showcasing their bond in design.
This rendition will be available in two colorways, the first adorned in a teal ripstop base, complemented by purple leather trimmings that line the toe boxes and ankle areas. Tan suede dresses up the mudguards and heel counters, while beige textiles drape the medial with tinted “N” emblem. Completing the design is the feature of the “P991” lace, co-branded tongues, and dual-colored bottoms.
The fellow silhouette is designed in a black, grey, pink, and purple palette, featuring a similar structure to the previous pair. Outdoor pursuits inspire the apparel collection, including water-resistant nylon shell jackets and shorts with dual-logo patches and concealed pockets in purple and teal. Simplistic T-shirts and crewnecks collect merged graphics, completing the range with cinchable caps in matching hues.
The range, alongside an in-line lookbook selection, will drop in-store and online on May 12, 11 a.m. EDT on the brand’s official webstore.