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First look at the adidas ZX 4D Morph sneaker


Close up of adidas Morph 4D sneaker

adidas' latest creation blends the popular ZX line with 4D tech for a stylish new sneaker model.

In the latest news from adidas, the mega sportswear label has debuted a new sneaker silhouette titled ZX 4D Morph. The model is set to join the adidas Originals Futurecraft 4D series, with the design drawing inspiration from the ZX range and adding adidas' new 4D technology.

Release date: Unknown

Where to buy: adidas

So far there are two colourways, with the first a white, grey and black iteration paired with a bright blue Futurecraft 4D midsole that turns to black at the toe. The second design arrives in black, solar red and green hues with an inky black midsole.

Each style sees woven textile uppers paired with reflective detailing on the sides and toe boxes. The heel tabs meanwhile feature Japanese text that reads "The Brand With The 3 Stripes".

While a release date is yet to be announced, both pairs are rumoured to drop come spring/summer 2020 (around midyear here in Australia). When they do become available for sale, we can expect them to land first on the adidas website.

We're also likely to see them up for grabs in usual adidas stockists like JD Sports and Hype DC.

You can take a closer look at the colourways below.

Top view of adidas Morph 4D sneaker

Back view of adidas Morph 4D sneaker

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If you're after more new adidas styles, the label also recently revealed an Ultra Boost 20 sneaker inspired by James Bond. The all-black kicks feature elements that fans will recognise immediately such as the iconic gun barrel on the tongue tab and 007 branding on the heels.

While no release information is available at this stage, we can expect the pair to land in April, when the Bond film No Time To Die premiers.

For more adidas updates, sneaker release dates and current discounts you can check out our adidas hub.

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