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Adidas Thinks Your Next Shoe Could Come From A 3D Printer

In the near future, your running shoes might come from a printer. Last month, Adidas announced Futurecraft, a printed running shoe midsole that can be customized to individual feet. Running shoes, more than anywhere else in sports adidas Climaheat Rocket Boost, are tough to buy. Each person has an individual gait, foot shape, under/over/neutral pronation… the list goes on. Combine that with individual preferences of low or high stack heights, minimal or maximal (or medial?) cushioning, lots of arch support or little, well, you get the idea. To us, these are fun questions that remain to be answered as Futurecraft develops from prototype to Nike Flyknit Air Force 1.Cheap Nike SB Dunk reality. As Eric Liedtke of Adidas put it: “Futurecraft 3D is a prototype and a statement of intent. We have used a one-of-its-kind combination of process and material in an entirely new way Nike Air Zoom Structure 19. Our 3D- printed midsole not only allows us to make a great running shoe, but also to use performance data to drive truly bespoke experiences, meeting the needs of any athlete.“ Adidas teases that there will bemore news on this during the next six months. We’ll be waiting.

Adidas Thinks Your Next Shoe Could Come From A 3D Printer
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