Daniel Arsham, a NYC-based artist has teamed up with adidas to collaborate on his very own adidas Futurecraft 4D model dubbed, “Arsham Future.” Inspired by Arsham’s concept of “art and chaos,” the collaborative kicks call upon the Futurecraft’s signature light green colorway, bringing it up from the carbon-printed midsole to adorn the upper as well for a tonal look. However — much like the artist’s work — the shoes are more than initially meets the eye, and feature hidden details. When exposed to UV light, the Primeknit upper features a concealed Three Stripes design on the lateral and medial sides, plus “FUTURE” printed in bold block letters across the toebox.
New adidas Shoes, The adidas Futurecraft 4D Arsham Future pays homage to contemporary artist Daniel Arsham. Designed by the New York-based creative himself, the shoe features an Aero Green hue all over, and it’s made of a very breathable Primeknit upper that is paired with the highlighting 4D-printed sole covered in the same color to top it all off. Arsham’s unique take on the model strips away the Three Stripes branding on the side panel as well as some of the padding in the lining to give it a more deconstructed look. It also features an entirely aero green color scheme that brings the color previously only seen on the Futurecraft’s midsole to the Primeknit upper as well. Of course, the main focus of the sneaker is its 4D Carbon-printed midsole.
Nike is giving their iconic 1987 runner, the Nike Air Max 1, a new look with darker tones and premium materials for the fall season. Dressed in a Dark Obsidian, Cobalt Tint, and Ocean Bliss color scheme. This Nike Air Max 1 features a Navy Blue and Burgundy nubuck upper with Baby Blue chenille Swoosh and tongue tags. Other details includes Forest Green corduroy paneling atop a classic crepe Gum rubber outsole.

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