How to produce a pair of shoes that fits perfectly on your feet is a big problem, but the customized application of 3D printing technology shows us hope. Following the release of the new concept running shoe Futurecraft 3D last year, adidas teamed up with Silicon Valley 3D printing company Carbon this year to bring a new generation of Futurecraft 4D running shoes, and the world’s first pair of shoes that use “light and oxygen” to create midsole!
Continuing the classic contours of UltraBOOST, Futurecraft 4D’s upper is still made of lightweight, breathable Primeknit woven material, while the sole part is made by Carbon’s proud Digital Light Synthesis technology, which can be positioned by light, oxygen permeable and The liquid resin creates an exclusive outsole that meets everyone’s foot movement, cushioning, stability and comfort preferences, and takes 3D printing technology to a new level.
This initiative will not only lead the design and manufacturing trends of future performance shoes, but also bring 3D printing technology to a new level. In addition, the Carbon Worker spokesperson also revealed that the rainbow and even transparent sole options will be launched in the future, which is absolutely expected.