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Brand: Daniel Arsham x adidas Consortium

Model: Future Runner 4D

Key Features: The “aero green” upper is constructed using adidas’ Primeknit material with almost-invisible Three-Stripe branding on the sides. The branding and text on the forefoot appear under UV lighting. The Futurecraft midsole has been made using digital light synthesis and features the same green hue as the upper. Standard on adidas Running models like the Ultra Boost, a Continental rubber outsole completes the offering.

Release Date: October 12

Price: $450 / €450

Buy: Select retailers (see list below)

Editor’s Notes: After previously working with adidas on the New York and New York PRESENT, artist Daniel Arsham drops a new effort with the Three Stripes today, having set his sights on the brand’s latest innovation, the Futurecraft 4D.

As adidas continues to push its Futurecraft technology via collaborations with leading retailers such as Footpatrol and Sneakersnstuff, Arsham is the latest collaborator to get his hands on the brand’s revolutionary technology.

The artist has chosen to replicate the 4D carbon sole’s green hue on the upper and outsole, while UV-responsive branding and text detailing on the forefoot add a neat hidden layer to the sneaker.

The sneaker first leaked in January this year. Now, thanks to the various retailers listed below, we have confirmation that the project will get its release today, October 12 for $450 / €450. Be sure to check in with each stockist to see how to secure yourself a pair.

Where to Buy

Solebox
Sneakersnstuff
END. Clothing
Naked
Titolo
YME Universe
Avenue Store
Foot Patrol
Tres Bien
Livestock
UBIQ
Bodega

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