“Three Bridges” takes inspiration from football culture and looks to END.’s three flagship cities: London, Glasgow and its hometown Newcastle. With this in mind, the imprint looks to the cities’ most notable bridge structures — Tower Bridge, Clyde Arc and the Tyne — using these as the foundation for each sneaker that’s set to release.
END. and adidas have reworked three iconic models for its collaboration, delivering a London-themed New York in “Chilli Pepper Red/Navy,” a Newcastle-inspired CLMBA that’s been renamed the “Grainger” after END.’s original flagship in “White/Dark Blue/Orange,” and finally the Glasgow-indebted Topanga in “Dark Blue/Gum.”
Elsewhere the collaboration brings a dual branded bucket hat and cap, a T-shirt that complements each city’s respective sneaker, as well as three pairs of ankle socks that are finished with tri-stripes, trefoil logos and the END. name, referencing football culture with its white base and colors taken from the sneaker line-up.
Alongside the anticipated release will be in-store installations at all three END. Clothing outposts, with the London store hosting an immersive flag making experience. Rounding out the collaborative offerings is a selection of carabiners that further commemorate the anniversary.
Check out the END. Clothing x adidas “Three Bridges” 15th anniversary collection in the lookbook above, and find out more about how to get your hands on everything releasing via END.’s dedicated Launches website.
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