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Are Palace About to End their adidas Contract?


Founded in London in 2009 by Lev Tanju, the skate imprint have become a mainstay in the streetwear industry. Known for their distinct ‘Tri-Ferg’ logo and impressive of high-profile collaborations, rumours are now swirling that the British skate brand is ending its contract with to ink a deal with business rivals

Partners since 2014, Palace and adidas launched their first collection in September that year, which featured track jackets and pants, hoodies, tees and their inaugural footwear collaboration: the Palace Pro. Since then, they have teamed up for multiple projects, the most recent being the PALASTE collection of June 2024, which featured pool slides, sun hats, bathrobes, and a yoga mat.

Often extending well beyond sneakers, adi’s Palace partnerships have also encompassed a long list of performance gear, including collections for tennis (worn by adidas-sponsored players at Wimbledon 2018), golf, and Juventus FC. It will be interesting to see if Team Swoosh can provide a similar platform for Palace.

The Palace defection would be a significant win for Nike, given their recent and the notable lack of releases under their skate division (). Earlier this year, Palace opened the doors of their new Seoul flagship, joining outposts in London, New York, Los Angeles, and Tokyo.

According to @horhead_sales, the Nike partnership is set to begin by 2026. However, we have yet to receive official confirmation from either party. For more on Palace, make sure to check out our of Palace sneaker collaborations.

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