By now we all know that 3D printing will probably lead to the next industrial revolution and the sneaker market could be one of the markets that embraces this new technology the most. We've already seen 3D printed sneakers from New Balance and adidas, and today we take a first look at Under Armour's take on the technology.

The UA Architech is the brand's new performance training shoe and it boasts a functional 3D printed midsole and 3D ClutchFit auxetic upper. The Under Armour Architech will be limited to 96 pairs - a nod to 1996, the founding year of the brand - and will retail for $300 and launch exclusively via the Under Armour website and Baltimore Brand House location.

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