Ever since the "UltraBoost," Adidas has been looking to create some brand new technology that goes above and beyond expectation. The brand with three stripes has seemingly found just that in their brand new 3D-printed midsole that has made its way to a few sneakers so far. Due to how new the technology is, the shoes are pretty limited and tend to cost a lot of money. Despite that, the concept of a 3D-printed sneaker had fellow shoe aficionados intrigued. On February 9th, Adidas will be releasing two colorways of their latest 3D shoe, the Adidas ZX4000 4D. It appears as though Adidas isn't done with the silhouette though as a "Carbon" colorway is coming soon.

In new images courtesy of @solebyjc, we see a new black colorway of the shoe that comes with hits of yellow, turquoise, and a light green midsole that has become standard of the 3D-printed shoes. 

These images are really making these new kicks look pretty fire so it will be interesting to see the official images when Adidas sees fit to release them. There is no information on when these will release and how much they'll cost but expect them to drop sometime this year as Adidas looks to cash in on the hype surrounding this new technology.