Palace and Umbro Link Up to Mark the 10th Anniversary of Their First Collaboration
Two British icons rekindle an old friendship for the World Cup.
One of football’s most iconic duos is back. Continuing a busy winter for the London brand, Palace are linking back up with Umbro for a collection inspired by 90s football culture.
The two icons of British streetwear and sportswear first joined forces a decade ago in the skate brand’s first ever official collab, paving the way for a decade of collaboration and innovation never seen before in skatewear.
This year’s collection spotlights an updated version of England’s classic Italia 90 template, this time remixed into a line of brightly coloured shirts. Featuring P logo sleeve taping and a cracked ice jacquard pattern, the jerseys are ready for the pub as well as the pitch. The capsule also includes a quintessential Umbro silhouette: the drill top, this time partnered with a pair of matching shorts.
The first time the Triferg linked up with the Double Diamond, they produced some of football’s most sought-after streetwear pieces. This winter’s collection puts a twist on that proven formula.
The full Palace x Umbro collection launches on November 18.