The adidas Consortium ZX4000 Futurecraft Is Releasing In November

The soles of these shoes are made of 4D printing buffer technology and will be very comfortable to wear.

Since its debut, adidas Futurecraft technology — a 4D-printed cushioning system created using a technology called “Digital Light Synthesis” — has typically been used on high-performance models or in collaboration with long-time adidas partners like KITH or Daniel Arsham. Created to be durable, flexible, and extremely light, the new tech is set to lead the Three Stripes into a bold new era of sustainability and space-age materials. Before that day comes it’ll briefly nod to their past though, as a ZX4000 with a Futurecraft midsole is set to release in November.

The new silhouette takes a classic ZX4000 upper, dresses it in a new-age combination of two different meshes, and adds colorful detailing via the accents and overlays. Tan, grey-blue, and neon red/yellow add retro pops of flair, and the layered upper then sits on top of a signature mint green Futurecraft midsole. You can look for this new hybrid from the Three Stripes to release sometime in November at select adidas Consortium stockists. Boston-based retailer Bodega has a retail price of $120 USD listed — but any Futurecraft shoe is usually priced between $350-$450 USD, so stay tuned for more pricing information as it’s available.

adidas Consortium ZX4000 Futurecraft
Release Date: November 2018
Color: Red One/Core Black/Bright Cyan
Style Code: D97734