adidas’ cutting edge Futurecraft 4D technology has been one of the brand’s most intriguing and exciting exports in recent times. Its aesthetic appeal is clear and its incredible comfort sits near the top of today’s lifestyle-engineered footwear pantheon, alongside adidas’ BOOST even.
Many esteemed Three Stripe co-creators have had their chance at designing their own 4D-printed offering, from SNS to Daniel Arsham, and more. Now, the German Sportswear titan is set to hits retailers with an adidas Originals Alphaedge 4D dressed in an angelic white hue with embroidered grey details woven into its upper and a signature ash green printed midsole.
Boasting an upper made of Forgefiber - a process that uses TPU-coated yarn and stitching compression at pressure points for ultimate strength in motion - and a unique lacing system, the Alphaedge 4D White sits on top of the aforementioned sole unit made with light and oxygen via Digital Light Synthesis, a 3D printing process that provides unprecedented support, cushioning, and energy return.
The adidas Alphaedge 4D in Cloud White/Grey Two drops at Shelflife for the retail price of R4999 via live raffle. The CPT store will release on the 28th of March and the JHB store will release on Friday 29 March. CPT starts at 9:30, and the JHB raffle starts at 9am.
Sizes: UK6, UK7, UK8, UK9, UK10.