Under Armour has officially introduced the ArchiTech Futurist, a "super-hybrid" training shoe that features a 3D-printed sole.

The mid-cut kicks are an updated version of UA's first 3D-printed sneaker, called the Archi-Tech, and feature the same criss-crossing cushioning unit beneath the heel of the shoe.

The upper is constructed of Under Armour Speedform technology and features a zip-up shroud over the lacing system making for one of their most unique sneakers to date.

The ArchiTech Futurist will reportedly release in limited quantities on March 30th at select Under Armour brand houses around the globe as well as on UA.com for the price of $300. Yes you read that right, $300.