adidas 4D is ready for the new year, with several new silhouettes rumored to release throughout the year. Today, we have an up-close look at the new 4D Fusio, a low-top runner with a knit upper and new lattice-style midsole, coming soon.

adidas’ futuristic 4D technology has evolved numerous times in the past three years, changing its structure and appearance to provide better comfort and longevity for the 3d-printed soles. This week, we have a close-up look at one of the brand’s upcoming innovations, the new 4D Fusio runner, a new 4D model with a striking resemblance to another leaked shoe, the IIM 4D, with some noticeable differences. Both the Fusio and the IIM feature a new design for the printed midsole, with the lattice structure open on the bottom half while the top is covered by a translucent rubber layer that extends up the lower portions of the shoe. Both the Fusio and IIM also share a patterned Primeknit upper, showing targeted support in its construction and numerous colors of thread woven in. The main difference between the two is the lacing system, which on the IIM is made from pieces of paracord stitched to the shoe’s upper, while on the Fusio, the lace loopholes appear to be made from pieces of rubberized plastic then loosely stitched at either end. While this difference is minute, it seemingly represents the difference in names for these otherwise identical sneakers.


adidas Originals’ new 4D Fusio runner has been scheduled to debut next week, releasing on January 20th, 2021 from select retailers like 43Einhalb. The latest silhouette to feature the brand’s signature 3D-printed lattice midsoles will be available from both adidas and select retailers with a price tag of approximately $250, though this is yet to be confirmed by adidas’ stateside operations. Check out the official images of the black/pink colorway below, and stay tuned to JustFreshKicks for more adidas release news.

adidas 4D Fusio
Release Date: January 20th, 2021
Price: $250
Color: Black/Pink/Orange
Style Code: FX6131

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