Footwear giant New Balance is one stylish step ahead of the game, as it recently introduced its first ever 3D printed shoe.
In a collaboration with 3D Systems, introducing its DuraForm Flex TPU SLS material, New Balance has created a super advanced high performance running shoe that will definitely take you the extra mile.
“To deliver this high level of performance with a 3D printed component, we matched experts in leaders in biomechanics with experts in plastics engineering & innovative design.”
The footwear retailer joins the likes of Adidas and Nike, who’ve experimented with 3d printed technology in the past, although New balance was the first athletic band to have a track athlete compete with customised 3D printed spike plates, worn by middle distance runner Jack Bolas in 2013.
The limited edition shoe features a 3D printed flexible spongey white perforated midsole, with a monochrome style. The design is set to be released in spring 2016 and is yet to be named. Watch the introductory video below.