After several colorways of the ZX 4000 4D, the Three Stripes brand releases another iteration of a sleeker Futurecraft model. The adidas Consortium Runner Mid 4D combines the brand’s most visionary technologies on a summer-ready sneaker.
To not take any attention away from the futuristic design, the adidas shoe appear in monochromatic colors. A breathable Primeknit upper in a white tone provides a snug and comfy fit, while perforations and different knit patterns add subtle variation. The 4D midsole again appears “Ash Green” color that’s signature to the groundbreaking cushioning element.
Three Stripes and Consortium logos on the tongue tags add finishing touches to the Runner Mid 4D. The final sneaker is a tech-wear staple that’s perfect for urban ninjas that don’t want to wear all-black day in and day out.
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For the developement of 3D-printed midsoles, adidas works together with digital manufacturing company Carbon. Thanks to the rapid product developement process that this new technology provides, they tested more than 50 different lattices for the midsole. In addition, the Carbon team iterated over 150 different material formulations to achieve the desired mechanical properties.
Release Details – adidas Consortium Runner Mid 4D (EE4116)
The adidas Consortium Runner Mid 4D releases on June 29, 2019. The shoe launches at select retailers like END. Clothing, where you can sign up for the draw. It retails for 495 €.
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Pics via END. Clothing