adidas’ Alphaedge 4D will be released sooner than expected

Good news for those who can’t wait to see Adidas’ new AlphaEDGE 4D LTD sneaker. The sportwear brand announced that the 3D printed shoes will be released on Saturday, February 17th.

The Alphaedge 4D is manufactured using the same technology than the Futurecraft4D:  Digital Light Synthesis technique. This technique from Carbon involves curing liquid resin through state-of-the-art light projection, and enabling by this way the resin to be hardened layer by layer as it forms a unique midsole designed for function, comfort, and style.

The model AlphaEDGE 4D LTD therefore combines comfort, stability and cushioning. The sleek build of these men’s running shoes “features a stretchy Forgefiber upper that adapts to the shape of your foot as it moves, with areas of support for a stable ride. Bounce cushioning provides a burst of energy with every step.”

Other characteristics of the AlphaEDGE 4D LTD include the use of textile and synthetic upper / textile lining / rubber outsole as main materials. Furthermore, TPU-coated fibers are stitched in to provide targeted support and lightweight durability.

The sneakers can already be ordered in several colors including Core Black, Grey, Aero, and Ash Green. They will be available at Adidas’ Los Angeles locations in Santa Monica and Culver City. Last, customers may also get them online or at three LA retail locations (Nice Kicks, BAIT, and UNDEFEATED).

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