Bringing this all together is the “Footwear White” Three Stripes on the lace cage and, of course, the 4D sole unit. Using light, resin, and oxygen, adidas crafts a lattice-woven 4D sole unit that’s squishy to the touch (but not as much as BOOST) while dense and supportive. The result is something that can be walked or ran on all day long, offering great absorption too.
However, we doubt anyone buying these will take them for a run. Like the UB 1.0 “Miami Hurricanes,” these are destined to be a sure sell-out. The pair releases at stockists such as Overkill on August 1 and is set to cost €220 EUR (approx. $260 USD).
In case you missed it, check out the latest issue of Sole Mates. This time around, HYPEBEAST speaks with the sneaker customizer Helen Kirkum about her love for the Nike Air Max 90.
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