END. and adidas Reveal Ceramics-Inspired ZX 9000 "Kiln"

Referencing the journey from raw clay to ornate vase.

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END. has unveiled its latest partnership with adidas, following on from the football-inspired “Three Bridges” capsule. For the latest release, the two brands have taken inspiration from ceramics, revealing a take on the ZX 9000 silhouette that references each stage of pottery making.

The sneaker’s color palette nods to the theme with touches of “Sky Blue,” “Pale Grey” and “Terracotta,” celebrating the journey from raw clay to the finished aesthetic of an ornately painted vase. Constructed from durable mesh uppers, other features include smooth suede overlays, dual-branded patches on the tongue and a bright green lace tag.

The collaborative END. x adidas ZX 9000 “Kiln” will launch via the END. Launches platform on May 23.

In other footwear news, the adidas ZX 8000 has received a “Dash Green” makeover.

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