adidas 4D technology is shooting for the moon in 2020, as the Three Stripes attempt to make up for some lost time with a bevy of new silhouettes. Check out the ZX 4D Morphe, coming later this year. 

adidas 4D technology appears to finally be going big in 2020. With the release of the new 4D Run 1.0 earlier this year, the Three Stripes’ favorite new midsole tech is finally growing more widely available, after several years of limited releases and steep retail prices. Now, with the starting price for 4D below $250 and available any time directly from adidas, the Originals team is starting to flesh out some more of their lifestyle-minded offerings. This week, we got an early look at their latest silhouette, simply titled the ZX 4D Morphe. Shown off my our friend GodLVL on Instagram, the new 4D Morphe takes clear inspiration from ZX4000 4D, through its layered upper and modernized neoprene overlays. 

The adidas ZX 4D Morphe will be available in at least two colorways after its debut, both previewed in detail by GodLVL. The first is more colorful, featuring a black Primeknit base layer reinforced by overlays in neon green and infrared tones. The 4D midsole comes in black, for the first time, with colorful accents on the midsole to complete the look. The second color scheme is much more simple, consisting of a two-tone white and grey Primeknit upper fitted with plain white overlays. This pair, however, features an inticing faded 4D midsole, changing from bright blue at the heel to black underneath the toe. 

The new adidas ZX 4D Morphe silhouette has not yet been announced for release, though given the appearance of two colorways and GodLVL’s access to them, we can assume the new look will hit retail shelves sometime this year. With prices for the printed midsole technology slowloy sinking, we expect the Morphe to feature a price point somewhere at or below $250, releasing from both adidas and select retailers. Check out the early images below for a better look, and stay tuned to JustFreshKicks for more adidas 4D release news. 

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