While not the first to attempt 3D crafted footwear, adidas turned quite a few heads when images of its Futurecraft prototype first surfaced online back in 2015. With Steph’s signature Curry 4 sneaker gaining all kinds of traction, Under Armour is set to receive another timely boost this time from its 3D-printed Under Armour ArchiTech Futurist silhouette. The self-proclaimed ‘super-hybrid’ training shoe features an intricate lattice network midsole accomplished through 3D-printing, while the upper gives way to a black-hued SpeedForm technology construction — ensuring a snug fit to go along with its stylistically sharp appeal. The hits of grey and white found on the midsole add gentle contrast to its sombre black base. First making its rounds back in March, the Under Armour ArchiTech Futurist can be picked up exclusively through Concepts for a price of $300 USD.
In other Under Armour news, take a look at the new Curry 3 low.