sense a dodgy cuppa whenever and wherever it's poured. However, this near-eight minute film is not a plug for Tetley, PG Tips, or Whittard of Chelsea, but for Palace Skateboards and Adidas. " />
   
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Palace x Adidas
'Nature'
23 May 2022 6 mins 50s
The outdoors of perception.
by Andrew MacGregor

Author and fisherman Chris Yates insists that tea should be brewed for exactly four minutes—nothing more, nothing less ("Any less than four minutes and it's not worth drinking"). We reckon he can sense a dodgy cuppa whenever and wherever it's poured.

However, this near-eight minute film is not a plug for Tetley, PG Tips, or Whittard of Chelsea, but for Palace Skateboards and Adidas. Suffice it to say, a man who waxes lyrical about carp on BBC Radio 4 is not the most obvious choice for a streetwear tie-up.

Yet the gamble pays off as Yates takes skater Heitor Da Silva on a dreamy tour of the local countryside. Weary of the internet and the false connections users accumulate, Yates relishes the chance to show Da Silva his offline playground.

Bluebells, wild garlic, and sage anecdotes abound as the odd couple prepare to fish. The film's tactile, multigenerational vibe is then strengthened by the story of a one-hundred-year-old man who attributed his longevity to walking: "Death will never catch me up".

The result is an enchanting meeting of town and country, as Palace encourage followers to explore nature more often. Whether they want to risk getting their expensive trainers muddy is another matter entirely.

Product Category: Clothing Retailers

Territory: UK



Somesuch
Director: Will Robson-Scott
EP: Scott O'Donnell
DOP: Spike Morris (Vision)

No.8
Colourist: Tim Smith

  Palace x Adidas - 'Nature'


Palace x Adidas
'Nature'
23 May 2022 6 mins 50s

The outdoors of perception.

Author and fisherman Chris Yates insists that tea should be brewed for exactly four minutes—nothing more, nothing less ("Any less than four minutes and it's not worth drinking"). We reckon he can sense a dodgy cuppa whenever and wherever it's poured.

However, this near-eight minute film is not a plug for Tetley, PG Tips, or Whittard of Chelsea, but for Palace Skateboards and Adidas. Suffice it to say, a man who waxes lyrical about carp on BBC Radio 4 is not the most obvious choice for a streetwear tie-up.

Yet the gamble pays off as Yates takes skater Heitor Da Silva on a dreamy tour of the local countryside. Weary of the internet and the false connections users accumulate, Yates relishes the chance to show Da Silva his offline playground.

Bluebells, wild garlic, and sage anecdotes abound as the odd couple prepare to fish. The film's tactile, multigenerational vibe is then strengthened by the story of a one-hundred-year-old man who attributed his longevity to walking: "Death will never catch me up".

The result is an enchanting meeting of town and country, as Palace encourage followers to explore nature more often. Whether they want to risk getting their expensive trainers muddy is another matter entirely.

Product Category: Clothing Retailers

Territory: UK



Somesuch
Director: Will Robson-Scott
EP: Scott O'Donnell
DOP: Spike Morris (Vision)

No.8
Colourist: Tim Smith

Palace x Adidas 23 May 2022
'Nature' 6 mins 50s

The outdoors of perception.

by Andrew MacGregor

Author and fisherman Chris Yates insists that tea should be brewed for exactly four minutes—nothing more, nothing less ("Any less than four minutes and it's not worth drinking"). We reckon he can sense a dodgy cuppa whenever and wherever it's poured.

However, this near-eight minute film is not a plug for Tetley, PG Tips, or Whittard of Chelsea, but for Palace Skateboards and Adidas. Suffice it to say, a man who waxes lyrical about carp on BBC Radio 4 is not the most obvious choice for a streetwear tie-up.

Yet the gamble pays off as Yates takes skater Heitor Da Silva on a dreamy tour of the local countryside. Weary of the internet and the false connections users accumulate, Yates relishes the chance to show Da Silva his offline playground.

Bluebells, wild garlic, and sage anecdotes abound as the odd couple prepare to fish. The film's tactile, multigenerational vibe is then strengthened by the story of a one-hundred-year-old man who attributed his longevity to walking: "Death will never catch me up".

The result is an enchanting meeting of town and country, as Palace encourage followers to explore nature more often. Whether they want to risk getting their expensive trainers muddy is another matter entirely.

Product Category: Clothing Retailers

Territory: UK



Somesuch
Director: Will Robson-Scott
EP: Scott O'Donnell
DOP: Spike Morris (Vision)

No.8
Colourist: Tim Smith