The revolutionary 4D technology from adidas has served as the base for many sneakers in the last three or so years, including collaborative efforts with Pharrell, Invincible, Daniel Arsham, and more. However, its running and fitness-geared pairs have rarely caused a storm as big as its lifestyle counterparts – take the 4D Run 1.0 for example. Now, adidas’ team is introducing the all-new 4D Fusio — a running-style sneaker that is not too different from the brand’s previously seen IIM 4D sneaker.
Though the official information is not yet released from the Three Stripes yet, it can be assumed that the 4D Fusio is a lightweight running sneaker made from an upper of Primeknit. This colorway features a blend of black, pink, and orange knits that come together alongside thicker and thinner weaves of knit, all of which help contour and shape the shoe.
The upper is also decorated with a gray collar that’s made in a finer knitted material than the Primeknit upper, feels as if it will tightly support your ankle.This entire upper base is then decorated with a new TPU lace system, where the boomerang-shaped tubes anchor down the flat laces, weaving through punched eyelets on the upper.
Similarities to the aforementioned IIM 4D are drawn when we refer to the 4D Fusio’s sole unit. The lattice weave of light and oxygen, using Carbons’ proprietary Digital Light Synthesis tech, to create a workable resin finds itself in a thinner platform than what’s been offered in the 4D line before. Covered by a midsole shroud, which on the medial midsection sports adidas 4D branding and on the lateral heel is rounded off with debossed adidas branding. The outsole which like the IIM 4D, sports a new style of vertically-place lines acting as the outsole’s tread, rounds off the pair.
Here are few pictures of adidas 4D Fusio, also expect retailers such as 43einhalb to release the sneaker on January 15, 2021, for €199.95 EUR (approx. $245 USD).
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