This is the new running shoe from Adidas!

Shoe brands like Adidas are always pushing the boundaries of innovation to offer their customers even more comfort and performance during training. Now Adidas Running introduces the new Adidas 4DFWD - the next step in data-driven 3D printed midsole innovation. (When Adidas meets Star Wars - read all about the latest drop here)

The future is today: the new Adidas 4DFWD

The midsole is critical to runners' performance and over the years we've seen many midsole innovations from different brands. Adidas 4DFWD combines the latest 3D printed performance technology with years of data from athletes to create a whole new running experience. (Also read: Buying Running Shoes: Find the Best Pair with These Expert Tips)

Brand new: The Adidas 4DFWD takes you forward

For over four years, Adidas developed the 4D grid midsole technology in collaboration with Carbon. The precision-tuned 3D-printed midsoles are made by combining athlete data and Carbon's Digital Light SynthesisTM technology. This allows the midsoles to be fine-tuned to specific movement patterns - an innovative technology that Adidas is one of the first brands to use.

That's what the new running shoe from Adidas can do

The unique bowtie-shaped lattice midsole is designed to compress and counteract mechanical forces with every forward step. The new running shoe generates three times more forward motion under vertical loads compared to previous generations in mechanical test conditions.

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The super-light Primeknit upper, made in part from recycled polyester, wraps the foot in a seamless, sock-like fit and provides the support and comfort you need as you run. The concept has been extensively tested with Adidas runners around the world. (Also interesting: The most beautiful Adidas running shoes are now back)

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When will the Adidas 4DFWD be available?

The limited Adidas 4DFWD appears in three colorways, including a special Tokyo collection. The colors "Core Black" and "Solar Red" will be available in limited quantities from May. Log in to the Adidas app from May 5th to May 16th for a chance at a pair of the limited drop. The Tokyo Collection colorway will be available via the app starting July 1st before hitting stores worldwide on August 12th.

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