Back in 2017, the Three Stripes transformed the sneaker industry with the release of the adidas Futurecraft 4D. An innovation which took full advantage of modern 3D printing technologies, it was made in collaboration with Carbon and utilised a revolutionary new process called Digital Light Synthesis to create a midsole that was unlike anything before it.
If, like the rest of us, you didn't manage to secure a pair back in the day, you may be in luck as it looks like the ultra futuristic shoe could be about to make a comeback very soon!
Expected to arrive in the exact same shape and style as the OG, the Futurecraft 4D features a stretchy knit upper that somewhat resembles the Ultra Boost. While the original pair was crafted from Primeknit, expect the re-release to be made from Primegreen which is made from recycled plastic and is a lot more environmentally friendly. Dark grey Three Stripe branding shoots across the lateral and medial side panels, and the ankle has been infused with extra cushioning for added support and comfort with every step.
Down below is where you'll find the pièce de résistance. Dipped in a "Linen Green" hue, the intricate lattice structure offers up the optimum amount of cushioning and bounciness with every step. This is then fortified with a Continental outsole for added durability, rounding off the future-forward adidas shoe.
Rumoured to make a comeback sometime this spring, we're beyond hyped for the return of the adidas Futurecraft 4D. Let us know if you'll be adding a pair to your personal collection, and in related news, the adidas Ultra 4D "Miami Hurricanes" is coming soon!