PWBC (which ironically stands for Palace Wayward Boys Choir, for those of you who don’t know) was borne by a group of Southbank skater mates 10 years ago, and has grown into a raucous crew of filmmakers, musicians, artists which have launched the massive Palace Skateboards, the PWBC TV series, and Lucien Clarke’s career as a skater.
The Quattro, already known for its simple lines and outstanding performance as a skate shoe, has been reimagined with Lucien to create a monochromatic, minimal design with subtle detailing that is out of this world.
With extremely minimal detailing on the toe box, this monochrome suede upper sits atop an all-new cupsole, constructed from a mix of patented Suprafoam midsole and rubber outsole, providing incredible support and protection without compromising on boardfeel or style.
The all-black upper is accented with a reflective heel and eyestay, which make the shoes really come alive at night or under flash – this feature being Lucien’s “‘extra renegade” favourite. This detailing is mirrored with silver lace tag, Palace-reminiscent pyramid eyelets and lace tips, and is finished with understated Supra logo and PWCB insole logo.