The adidas 4DFWD released ahead of the 2020 Tokyo Olympics, being touted as one of many athlete’s go-to training shoes. For its latest ensemble, the innovative footwear product has emerged in a predominantly “Core Black” style complemented by neon green accents.
Comprised of Primegreen material, which uses non-virgin polyester, the newly-surfaced sneaker furthers adidas’ mission to make footwear with 3D-printed sole units more commonplace. The knit upper resembles other modern-day propositions from the German sportswear brand, while the slightly-angled lattice components across the midsole are the result of years of data and experimentation on how to improve athlete’s running economy (by enabling a propelling sensation with each stride). Bright green detailing on the inner collar, bottom lace loops and outsole keep this adidas 4D option from being completely uniform.
Enjoy official images of the future-forward sneaker here below, and head over to adidas.com to secure your pair.
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