Under Armour's Line Of "Super-Hybrid" Shoes Continues With the 3D-Printed ArchiTech Futurist

Technology and performance reach the next level.

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It was only last year that Under Armour debuted its first 3D-printed shoe. Now, building on the previous design, UA reveals the ArichTech Futurist which is also another result of 3D printing technology. As demonstrated here, the new iteration sports the supportive lattice midsoles, perfect for shock absorption and full stride comfort. The uppers also contain SpeedForm technology — the zippers give an exact fit while providing ample breathing room for the wearer. Compression lace systems are then implemented to offer accurate support at all times.

The Under Armour ArchiTech Futurist will be available on March 30 at UA.com and select retailers. The price tag is set at $300 USD.

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