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The adidas 4D-5923 Futurecraft Returns With Patterned Uppers

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First arriving at a time of incessant sole swapping, the 4D-5923 Futurecraft was likely one of adidas’ best experiments. And while they’ve gone on to collaborate with more hands-on creators the likes of Helen Kirkum and Recouture, it seems the brand is bringing things back to their “Never Made” collection as they usher in the silhouette with newly printed uppers. Removed seemingly of its Three Stripes, the construction is a mint green mix of tonal coloring and classic suede overlays; its graphic at the base shroud much of the profile logos in its digital camo mosaic of light and dark greys, though they stop right where the forward pieces begin. These surroundings are undeniably at the helm as their aesthetics are not too dissimilar to that of Daniel Arsham’s own collaboration as even the printed soles themselves borrow the same shade. Grab a detailed look at the pair right here, and if you’re interested in grabbing a pair, they’ll certainly be hitting adidas.com in the coming months.

adidas 4D-5923 Futurecraft
$350
Style Code: EE7996