Last week, Palace and adidas dropped a teaser for their first sneaker collaboration, and now the joint effort has been unveiled in all its glory.
The collection features two variations of the Pro silhouette, each made up of of premium materials. The Palace Pro Suede is offered in grey/white and black/white colorways and feature perforated suede uppers, while the grey style is capped off with an icy translucent sole.
Meanwhile, the Palace Pro Primeknit opts for a more modern look and is composed almost entirely of knit, with only a synthetic toe piece and plastic heel clip supporting the breezy design. The Primeknit variation will be offered in two colorways: tonal white and black/white/gum.
Along with the reveal of the shoes, the London brand took time out to thank adidas for the opportunity and let off some shots at its competition like only they could. "THE PALACE PRO IN SUEDE IS A VERY BOSSY VERY PERFORATED TRAINER. SHOUT OUT TO ADIDAS IN GERMANY FOR LETTING US MAKE OUR OWN SPESH ULTIMATE MASH MAN PALACE HIGH-BRID TRAINERS INSTEAD OF A ROPEY COLOUR WAY TING THAT SOME OTHER WASTE COMPANIES WILL BE TRYIN TO PROVIDE YALL WIT THIS SUMMER," Palace said on Instagram.
Palace has yet to release price points for this collaboration, and it's unknown if the Primeknit versions will cost more than their Suede counterparts. Look out for the entire collection to hit the brand's site on May 16.
UPDATE: According to Hanon, which is located in Scotland, the Primeknit version will retail for roughly $171, while the suede version will go for $134.