Under Armour Architech Futurist

Borrowing from their 3D printed running shoe, the Under Armour Architech Futurist expands their tech-based line with a high-top variant. It's supported by a 3D printed midsole made from a lattice network, providing optimum stability and cushion. Paired with a compression lace system, a Speedform upper with a center zipper molds to the shape of your foot for a custom fit that adapts to each individual wearer. After the release of last year's dreaded Seinfeld shoes, the futuristic design and sleek silhouette is definitely a step in the right direction.

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