Adidas Futurecraft 4D - Review

Adidas Futurecraft 4D

$300 - $2500
9.4

Design

10.0/10

Comfort

10.0/10

Sole

10.0/10

Durability

10.0/10

Price

7.0/10

Pros

  • Unmatched comfort
  • Unmatched energy-returning boost
  • Excellent durability

Cons

  • Expensive
  • Limited Edition

After the success of the 3D-printed sneakers, now the German sportswear giant industry, Adidas, introduce the Adidas Futurecraft 4D. This product is expected to have a huge impact in footwear and will change the way sneakers are made forever. The previous version of the customized sneakers, using the concept of 3D printed soles were not as lightweight or comfortable as the Adidas ULTRABOOST. But now, they have acquired more than enough technology to make the 3D printed soles comfortable as well as powerful. How are these shoes able to surpass their predecessors? Here are some information you need to know about the futuristic shoes.




The presence of Carbon, the Silicon Valley based tech company becomes the highlight of this product. It is because the company is popular with their revolutionary product creation using hardware, software, and molecular science. The midsole of this shoe is created through some complicated process which makes it possible to give maximum performance with extra lightweight materials and durability. Although it is a completely new product, but you can feel the familiar sensation while wearing them.

The upper part itself is made of Adidas’ super comfort primeknit material. Designed with perforations on the upper side, your feet will surely kept cool despite the thickness of the material, even after some run in the afternoon. One more superiority from the design is that there is no visible heel counter inside the shoes, but everyone could definitely feel them woven into the primeknit material. Just like any other Adidas shoes, there are continental rubbers on the outsole to ensure that you will get a good grip to the ground.

As of the appearance, you could see that these shoes is just like Adidas ULTRABOOST, uncaged. At the first glance, it is hard to tell if it is really the Ultra Boost or something entirely new. However, if you pay close attention to the midsole, you will notice that there is something entirely different than the Ultra Boost midsole. The cushioning seems pretty thick on the heel and a little less on the forefoot. But all the people said that they could definitely feel the bounces in every steps.




Priced from $300, this Adidas Futurecraft 4D really have some serious feature for runners, especially for those heel and midfoot strikers. Although the shoes weighing in 11 oz, definitely your most lightweight shoes, but they feel surprisingly much more lighter that what the spec says. If you want a futuristic, innovative, and powerful shoes for running, this pair could offer you the outstanding performance like you never have imagined before.

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