Take a Closer Look at the adidas FUTURECRAFT 4D Icons

Revealed at the NBA All-Star Weekend 747 Warehouse St. event.

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During this year’s NBA All-Star Weekend, adidas held its 747 Warehouse St. event, which saw a plethora of exclusive shoe releases and special unveils. One of the most exciting unveils at the event was undeniably the German sportswear giant’s experimentations with its FUTURECRAFT 4D technology.

Captivating the sneaker world with its 3D-printed footwear, adidas unveiled FUTURECRAFT 4D Icon reworks of six iconic models. Expressed in “Ash Green,” adidas’ Kobe 1, KB8 II, EQT Streetball, Top Ten, Pro Model, and a vintage 1955 basketball were given updated soles created using Digital Light Synthesis, a process which creates 3D objects by mixing light and oxygen with programmable liquid resins. Although no release notes just yet, the FUTURECRAFT 4D Icons reveals that adidas has been tinkering to find new uses for its cutting-edge footwear technology.

Take a look at the adidas FUTURECRAFT 4D Icons above and let us know which model you are feeling. Also, make sure to check out adidas Spezial’s Spring/Summer 2018 collection inspired by the second summer of love.

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