Adidas’ “Futurecraft 3D” 3D printed shoe will be slow off the block, despite strong potential for the space as a whole

Sporting goods corporation Adidas recently debuted a concept running shoe featuring a 3D printed midsole based on measurements of a customer's foot and gait, dubbed Futurecraft 3D. Adidas claims 3D printing the midsole enables the shoe to exactly conform to the runners’ foot, improving load distr...

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