Adidas’ latest release, the Futurecraft 4D, was created practically out of thin air, using just light and oxygen. The lattice-looking sole on the shoes is crafted by a process called digital light synthesis, that turns liquids into solids. It essentially takes the 3D process one step further. The distinct midsole is bouncy and lightweight, yet strong enough to withstand constant pounding to keep pushing your running performance forward.
The extremely stretchy upper resembles the Primeknit fabric Adidas already uses in its Uncaged, All Terrain and Ultraboost sneakers, and the continental outsole keeps its grip on wet conditions.
They’ll retail for $300 at KITH, Packer Shoes and Sneakersnstuff in NYC.