Adidas wants to 3D-print your next running shoe

By Shawn Knight
Oct 8, 2015
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  1. Athletics apparel specialist Adidas has announced what it’s calling the future of performance footwear. Futurecraft 3D, the company’s first 3D printed shoe, contains a midsole that can be tailored to match the exact contours and pressure points of a person’s feet.

    Adidas, who partnered with 3D printing specialist Materialise on the project, said it envisions a future where customers can walk into one of their stores, hop on a treadmill for a few minutes then have a pair of 3D printed shoes ready to take home.

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  2. yRaz

    yRaz TS Evangelist Posts: 1,901   +943

    First they have to get me to run
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  3. andrewdoyle88

    andrewdoyle88 TS Enthusiast Posts: 56   +39

    A little too late for me, I already have knee problems associated with shoes not fitting right. Think they can come out with this technology in two weeks before my half marathon?

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