Palace Skateboards has teamed up with fellow London counter-culture brand Anarchic Adjustments for a collaborative apparel collection releasing this week. The post-punk label was founded in 1986 by Nick Philip and was adopted early on by BMXers in the streets of UK. Anarchic Adjustment’s popularity exploded worldwide shortly after Philip moved to San Francisco and his label was adopted by Southern California’s biking, skating, and rave scene. The brand was also a favorite of Hiroshi Fujiwara, who helped popularize the label in Japan in the late 80s and early 90s.
The collection with Palace consists of hoodies, long-sleeves, and short-sleeve tees with punk-inspired graphics such as barbed wire and anarchy circle-A symbols, along with Palace’s Triferg branding and Anarchic Adjustment’s logos. Phrases like “London counter culture,” “the future is unwritten,” “you cannot shake hands with a clenched fist,” and “nothing is true, everything is permitted” also appear on the garments. Each tee comes in black and neon yellow colorways, while the hoodies come in black and green.
The Palace x Anarchic Adjustment collection drops this Friday, April 24th at 10 AM CDT in North America, 11 AM BST in Europe, and Saturday April 25th 11 AM JST in Japan. Cop on the Palace Skateboards webstore.