Welcome to End


Nike Air Jordan XI Retro Low ‘Nightshade’

Friday, April 18th, 2014

Originally released in 1995, the Air Jordan XI is one of the most revered styles from the Jumpman back catalogue with releases such as the ‘Concorde’ and the iconic ‘Space Jam’.

The latest iteration is the ‘Nightshade’ in the Retro Low silhouette. Constructed with black leather and mesh uppers, contrast white midsole and clear outsole, the AJXI is finished with patent leather ‘snakeskin’ panels which sets the whole shoe off.

The Nike Air Jordan XI Retro Low ‘Nightshade’ launches early next week via the Air Jordan section.

Nike x Pigalle – Launching 26th April

Wednesday, April 16th, 2014

Inspired by Creative Director Stephane Ashpool’s love of basketball, Parisian streetwear brand Pigalle have teamed up with Nike to create a unique take on some of the sportswear giant’s most iconic silhouettes.

The latest images showcase the collection, with heavily stylised reworkings of the iconic Air Force 1 in both Hi and Low iterations which are finished with a ‘worn down’ patina and muted colour palette.

The Nike x Pigalle collection is set for launch Saturday 26th April. For more information, please email info@endclothing.co.uk.

HYPEBEAST Giveaway: END. of Year Sneakers

Monday, February 10th, 2014

The Chinese New Year of the Horse is here and to help celebrate we’ve teamed up with Hypebeast to offer a pack of footwear fire to one lucky reader. Look forward to six different sneaker models (size UK 9) including the Ronnie Fieg Gel-Lyte V from Asics, the Ronnie Fieg x New Balance 1600, the Sneaker Freaker x PUMA Blaze of Glory as well as pairs of Nike LeBron x EXT ‘Black Suede / Mint, Jordan 5 Grape and last but not least, the Air Zoom Flight ‘The Glove’.

Enter through Instagram by following the steps outlined below to ensure you’re eligible for the prize. Here are the start and end dates for the contest:
Winners will be randomly chosen and announced on February 20th 2014. Details can be seen below.

1. Follow @HYPEBEAST on Instagram
2. Follow @end_clothing on Instagram
3. Repost this image and tag #ENDOFYEARSNEAKS

Open to Global readers. All prizes won by minors will be awarded to their parents or legal guardians on their behalf.

The maximum number of entries allowed during the Giveaway Period is one (1) per person. Any attempt by a person to submit more than the stated maximum number of entries will be disqualified from participation in this Giveaway. We are not responsible for lost, late, incomplete, invalid, unintelligible, illegible, misdirected or postage-due entries, which will be disqualified. By participating, all entrants agree to abide by these Official Giveaway Rules.

Please allow 6-8 weeks for prize delivery.

For more information and competition rules, please visit HYPEBEAST’s competition page

Nike Air Max – Celebrating a Sneaker Icon

Tuesday, November 19th, 2013

You can count on the fingers of one hand the number of shoes that have had the kind of influence on popular culture Nike’s famous Air Max has. Now into it’s 26th year, this iconic dynasty has seen more incarnations than most, incorporating the latest technologies and processes as it strives to constantly improve and reinvent. Yet the reason for the success’ of the Air Max series lies with it’s core designs, with it’s five most famous silhouettes – the Max 1, 90, 95, 97 and 180 – heading the field. The trail-blazing technologies used in the initial designs may have been moved on, but the influence that these world famous designs have had will always be at the heart of Nike’s visible air series.

As devotees of the Air Bag, we want to celebrate this legendary name. We have given the Air Max its very own section on our website, and we’ve even constructed our own series of fact cards, inspired by a certain school yard game, packed full of facts about some of our favourite kicks. They’ll never be able to solve the age old argument about which Air Max is ‘better’ but we thought it was a great way to celebrate one of Beaverton’s greatest ever creations.

Check out our ‘Trump’ Cards below, and remember to head over to the Nike Air Max section for a closer look.




Nike Air Python Lux SP – Launching Online 00:01 BST 09/11/13

Friday, November 8th, 2013

Keeping up with what has been an incredible year for classic silhouettes given the Retro treatment, the second part of the Nike Air Python Lux SP pack is about to drop online here at END.

Back in its classic ‘Baroque’ Brown colourway, this OG hybrid looks as good now as it did when Nike first unleashed it back in 1987.

Constructed with plush leather uppers, it is decked out with snakeskin effect leather panels and sits on top of a classic air cushioned sole and, being part of Beavertons ‘Special Projects’ division, the Nike Air Python Lux SP comes in a creamy white ‘SP’ box, this time embossed with the same iconic snakeskin pattern.

Available from at 00:01 GMT on 09/11/2013 here at END, take a closer look at this resurrected classic in our Nike Air Python Lux SP Launch section.


Friday, August 30th, 2013

We’ve teamed up with the excellent Sneaker Freaker Magazine for a bumper giveaway of mammoth proportions. One lucky winner will walk away with all four of the following shoes in a UK9. Adidas x BAPE x Undefeated ZX5000, Asics x Saint Alfred Gel-Lyte, Air Jordan 1 Retro ‘Black Toe’ and a pair of the Nike Dunk PRM Low ‘Viotech’ SP.

Entering is easy. All you have to do is follow the three steps below.

1. Head to @sneakerfreakermag or @end_clothing on Instagram and like the Competition picture.

2. Follow @sneakerfreakermag and @end_clothing on Instagram.

3. Repost this image with #snkrfrkrXend and tag @sneakerfreakermag and @end_clothing.

Entries close on Monday 16th September and one winner will be chosen at random. Good luck!

Nike Hawaiian Solarsoft Moccasin Pack – Launching Saturday 20th July 2013

Wednesday, July 17th, 2013

Inspired by the bold and bright flowers that dominate Hawaii, Nike has tapped into the state’s landmark nature and laidback culture to create three custom prints that pay homage to heritage Hawaiian designs and freshen up our barefoot, lightweight sneaker: the Nike Solarsoft Moccasin.

Illustrated takes on traditional island prints, the vibrant patterns reference flora growing everywhere from Hawaii’s rainforests to its lava fields to the peaks of its famous volcanoes. They boast a vintage vibe with a modern approach to color and material.

The shoe’s engineered mesh upper, where the one-of-a-kind prints live, is crafted using seamless Nike Hyperfuse technology. The trademark innovation employs heat and pressure to fuse three layers into one breathable, durable and lightweight bootie.

An injected Nike Dual-Density foam midsole—inspired by the Nike Aqua Sock 2—adds to the shoe’s sock-free appeal with ample underfoot cushioning enhanced by an encapsulated air-sole heel unit and a non-marking rubber outsole. Plus, the stretch tongue ensures easy slip-on, slip-off entry ideal for summer’s casual lifestyle

The Nike Hawaiian Solarsoft Moccasin Pack launches Saturday 20th July, 2013 at 00:01am BST. For further information, please feel free to email us at info@endclothing.co.uk.






Nike Air Max Spring/Summer 2013 – Tier 0 ‘Country Camo’ Pack

Friday, June 28th, 2013

For July 2013, Nike unveil their Tier 0′Country Camo’ Pack, a comprehensive range of camo-laden colourways adorning some of the brand’s most revered Air Max styles.

Comprising of the Air Max 1, 90, 95 and 97 styles as well as the recently reissued Air Max 180 and Classic BW, the collection utilises distinctive camouflage patterns from some of most powerful – and stylish – nations in the world. Prints from the United Kingdom, USA, France, Italy and Japan are fixed upon the sneakers in typically bold fashion, lifting the enhanced technology of Nike’s hyperfuse construction to all new level, running throughout the shoes, and even into the boxes, with Nike producing matching camouflage packaging for each shoe!

A United States/French camo hybrid is featured on the Air Max 1 and Air Max BW, with early 90′s Italian camo is splashed across the Air Max 90 and 97. Germany’s print is applied to the Air Max 1 and Air Max 180, while both Japanese and British patterns are applied to the Air Max 90 and Air Max 95.

The first drop features the ‘France’ Air Max 1 & Air Max BW and the ‘Italy’ Air Max 90 & Air Max 97, scheduled to launch Saturday 6th July 2013. Visit our Upcoming Releases section for a comprehensive list of our latest releases.









Nike Air Max ‘Beaches of Rio’ Pack

Tuesday, May 7th, 2013

In keeping with the unusually warm weather we’ve been experiencing here in the UK, Nike are treating us to a new release inspired by the coastline of Brazil, where the Sun shines the whole year round.

The ‘Beaches of Rio’ pack sees Nike continue to push the boundaries of its Engineered Mesh technology, this time through the medium of colour and they could not have chosen a better theme within which to do so.

Taking the water, sand, and bountiful exotic plant and animal life, they have created a selection of wildly colourful new looks for the Air Max 1, 90, 95 and 180 with lush green, bright blue and vibrant orange jumping off each silhouette.

These new colourways come complete with hyperfuse and nubuck uppers, ensuring that they don’t only look perfect for summer but that your feet will be kept cool and comfortable even as the sun bakes down on you, with each one sitting on top of a sand inspired speckle midsole.

Dropping at 00:01 AM BST on the 10th of May, make sure to grab your own piece of Brazilian summertime with the Nike Air Max ‘Beaches of Rio’ pack here at End.







Nike Air Max 180

Friday, April 5th, 2013

The Air Max 180 represents a landmark moment in the history of Nike Footwear. Nike has been incorporating air cushioning units into the soles of their performance footwear since 1979, forever changing the relationship between athletes and what they put on their feet. Not wanting to rest on their laurels, Nike’s team of experts worked throughout the 1980’s at their headquarters in Beaverton, Oregon to push the boundaries of this groundbreaking technology. The Air Max 180 was what they came up with.

Nike called on two of the industry’s most innovative and influential footwear designers, Tinker Hatfield and Bruce Kilgore, to help realize the full potential of the 180. An experiment with the limits of the system led them to create an air cushioning bag with a 50% larger volume than any previous model, offering an unprecedented level of shock protection. Nike’s drive to create the best product possible ensured that the Air Max 180 would set the precedent for over two decades of constant innovation in the realm of performance footwear.

This innovation provided the AM 180 with the feature that not only gave it its name, but defined almost every aspect of its design. Hatfield and Kilgore discovered that this larger cushion allowed them not only more support, but the opportunity for 180 degrees of that support to be visible. The rest of the shoes design was intended to compliment this. The AM 180 features a predominantly white, clean colourway with stabs of colour all gesturing towards the revolutionary sole unit.

In tribute to this legendary shoe, Nike have released this version recreating that iconic colourway and have given it their unique vintage treatment, in reference to its celebrated heritage. We think it looks fantastic.

Pick up your own piece of Nike’s history and become a part of the air-volution right here at End. The Air Max 180 OG Vintage – Coming Soon.







Sign up...

Subscribe to our newsletter for all the latest information on
product releases, competitions and special offers.

You have been successfully subscribed.