The Palace skate team fixture showed off a clean “White/Orange” colorway that serves as a lighter take compared to the already revealed “Black/Orange” and “Grey/Green” looks of the sneaker designed with Virgil Abloh as witnessed from instagram. With visible fraying and scuffing complementing the translucent hits and gradient design found on the sole unit Lucien also revealed how the shoes look after being skated in. He also shared his recent session with what looks to be an LV x Palace signature deck at the park after leaving a Louis Vuitton flagship location on his instagram.
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