Contrasting blue suede overlaying panels have been used to highlight the eyestay and mid-panel wraparound section, while off-white has been used for the shoe’s interior lining and heel-toe panels. The rear-quarter heel panel has been laser-etched with the sneaker’s moniker, while the lateral forefoot panel has been stitched on using contrasting orange thread, a theme which is carried round to the back and eyestay for extra embroidered detailing.
A leather lace lock also sporting the ZX 4000 4D tag appears in a soft blue-grey hue, and a set of “Linen Green” laces bring the pair together. The retro-futuristic offering is finished with adidas’ now-signature 4D sole unit, which is made from an energy-returning combination of light, oxygen and liquid resin.
Take a look at the adidas ZX 4000 4D in “Easy Mint” in the gallery above and pick it up from retailers such as Afew Store for €299.95 EUR (approx. $330 USD) on August 22.
For more luminous Three Stripe offerings, take a look at the new size?-exclusive adidas Originals Training PT.