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This New Adidas 3D-Printed Sneaker Will Boost Your Running Style

Adidas culled years of athlete data to create a 3D-printed sneaker that’s built to help your run feel better.


Adidas announced its latest iteration of 3D sneaker printing with the Alphaedge 4D, built with running in mind. The sneaker appears drastically different from other running shoes only due to its lattice-like midsole. Beyond making a statement with its evolving technology (the brand culled athlete data to tailor the support) and mint green color pop, the sneaker suits runners and gym-goers alike thanks to a flexible upper. If you already run in Adidas sneakers, you’ll recognize the Primeknit upper from Pureboost and Ultraboost, two other brand standouts.

Shop the new sneaker starting May 31 at 10AM EST.

Buy Now: $300

Gear Patrol also recommends:
Under Armour Horizon RTT ($110)
Reebok Floatride Run ($150)
District Vision Chadwick Mountain Racer ($230)

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