Once again using the Paris Fashion Week runway to debut new 4D-printed sneakers, Y-3's Spring/Summer 2019 show included a glimpse at its latest experimental design.
This time around, the Y-3 4D Runner 2 deviates from the upper seen on the brand's previous 4D sneaker, which was lifted from the brand's Harigane model. Instead, the sock-like update employs a new lace system reminiscent of the Kasuri sneaker, which zigzags the laces from the toe to the heel. Also of note on this model is what appears to be a matching white 4D sole, a first for the Carbon technology.
Release details have not yet been announced, but the brand's first 4D Runner was limited to only 200 pairs with a retail price of $550, so readers should expect similar numbers when this sequel arrives.