After more than two years of samples, teases and unobtainable 'Friends & Family' releases, adidas finally allowed the public to get their hands on the brand's much-lauded Futurecraft 4D this week… although, by 'public', we mean a select handful of lucky NYC sneakerheads in a three-store micro-drop.
If you weren't one of the very few fortunate ones, you can wipe away those tears knowing that at least Under Armour are looking out for you. The sportswear specialists have just restocked their very own 3D-printed sneaker, the ArchiTech Futurist.
The model, which itself received a minuscule drop of just 96 pairs in March 2017, has just appeared on UA's online store in both men's and women's sizing. The Futurist is a true performance sneaker that features a compression lace system, full-length Micro G midsole and a UA SpeedForm upper that moulds to the foot.
It's not clear just how many pairs of the Under Armour ArchiTech Futurist are up for grabs this time, so act fast if you want to be one of the first on the streets with a genuine 3D-printed sneaker. Available now from Under Armour online.