The adidas ZX4000 4D is almost here. After months of delays and misinformed release dates, adidas is finally set to release the first colorway. However, just days before the new drop, a second colorway has emerged. Check out the ZX4000 4D “Carbon”.
adidas’ ZX franchise has spent a few years in limbo, occasionally debuting a new or retro silhouette throughout the past few years of adidas’ rapid innovation. However, that appears to be changing in 2019, as the famed ZX line once again returns to the spotlight. The revival of the fan-favorite line first began in 2018, with the release of the ZX500 RM, which added a new Boost midsole to the classic running silhouette. Now, adidas is ready to take the next, much larger step this year. This Saturday, adidas is ready to release the ZX4000 4D, yet another famous ZX silhouette with a modern technological update. However, instead of Boost being added, the midsole is replaced with a sparkling new Futurecraft 4D addition.
The redesigned upper of the ZX4000_4D begins with a thin Primeknit base and layered with luxurious materials like suede and smooth leather. The shoe sports plenty of old-school adidas ZX and Torsion logos, as well as a few nods to the 4D midsole featured underfoot. So far, the adidas ZX4000_4D has surfaced in a total of three colorways, though there have been some complications regarding the release.
After months of waiting and delays, we still do not have an official release date for this darker colored adidas ZX4000 4D. Initially thought to release alongside the brighter white colorway, the “Carbon” look is now expected later this year, sometime in the Spring or Summer. Check out the early images from SolebyJC below for a closer look at the new ZX4000 4D colorway, and stay tuned to JustFreshKicks for more information on when you can score a pair.
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