Popular European and online fashion retailer End Clothing looks like it has a collaboration with Adidas in the works. Thanks to @sneakerdonwop on Instagram, there is now a first look at what to expect from the project.
End decided to use the recently released Adidas Yung-1 as the canvas for its latest project with the Three Stripes. The model takes cues from 1997's Falcon Dorf and aligns perfectly with the current chunky sneaker trend that has dominated the better part of 2018.
Grey mesh and suede make up a majority of the upper. Accents come from baby blue suede overlays on the toe, heel, and tongue. A darker tone of blue is also used on the side panel and tongue, while a sole hit of black appears on the heel. End branding is stitched on the tongue in grey and cream-colored canvas Three Stripes occupy the side panels to round out the branding.
A release date and pricing have yet to be revealed for this upcoming collaboration. Stay tuned as more concrete information becomes available.