The adidas ZX 4000 4D Yellow Crimson is here
adidas unveiled their 4D technology back in 2017 when they dropped the adidas Futurecraft 4D in limited numbers. What made this release so special? The 4D sole is built with light and oxygen through a process known as Digital Light Synthesis. The adidas Futurecraft 4D came about when adidas partnered up with Silicon Valley-based tech company Carbon.
Carbon states that Digital Light Synthesis is a revolutionary process that uses digital light projection, oxygen-permeable optics, and programmable liquid resins to generate durable products and the adidas Futurecraft 4D was the first Three Stripes model to use that application.
As the time has gone by, adidas has released more and more models that utilize their 4D tech. One of the better looking adidas 4D shoes we’ve seen thus far is none other than the adidas ZX 4000 4D. In my opinion, this model has the perfect blend of “retro meets modern” as the shoe consists of an upper inspired by the adidas ZX 4000 model from the ’80s combined with the revolutionary 4D sole.
Granted, the upper is not an exact replica of the ZX 4000 from the ’80s (this pair uses a Primeknit base opposed to your traditional suede, nylon and mesh combination), there is no denying the roots of this sneaker.
This new colorway of the adidas ZX 4000 4D comes dressed in a Grey, Yellow and Black color scheme consisting of a mixture of grey, red and light mint green hues across its Primeknit upper and suede panels. Down low you will find the aforementioned 4D cushioned sole colored in light mint green, followed by a black/red rubber outsole to top it all off.
The adidas ZX 4000 4D Yellow Crimson will release worldwide on June 21st at select retailers such as Allike for €299.90. Don’t sleep on this model, you’ll thank me later.
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