When adidas’ 4D tech first emerged back in 2017, it caused such a stir in the sneakersphere that it seemed like almost every man, woman and child was clamouring for the futuristic printed midsole. Ultra-limited, sporadic drops caused unprecedented hype, meaning any shoe with the 4D sole sold out with speed. The years following still saw a large demand, however the big prices combined with the nature of releases meant it wasn’t accessible to all. This year though, we’ve seen a healthy amount of 4D with colabs, GRs and cheeky leaks of new silhouettes popping up. Expanding the lineup once again, we’ve just got word of a brand new silhouette!
Industry insider yankeekicks has provided us with our first look at this shoe called the 4D Cush. Chunky, funky, futuristic and with slightly aggressive tooling, the 4D Cush slots perfectly into 2021’s sneaker scene. The top half looks to be made using a tight mesh base with hits of suede and hard plastic overlays. ‘Carbon’ covers most of the upper, with loud splashes of ‘Solar Green’ along each side. Reminding us of the 4D Kick silhouette, Team Trefoil have decided to only place the 4D on the heel.
How do you feel about the adidas 4D Cush? Exact release details are unclear at this point, however, according to yankeekicks you can expect these to arrive in 2022.
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