Shortly after the release of adidas’ buzzy Adilette 22 sandals, ASICS has now unveiled its latest slides that are also 3D-printed. Dubbed the ACTIBREEZE 3D, the shoe is built in a breathable honeycomb structure, arriving in all-black with perforations all over.
The shape, slightly reminiscent of the YEEZY SLIDE, comes with rounded edges, while ASICS’ logo subtly appears in mesh detailing on the upper. With each wear, the sandals are designed to adapt to the wearer’s foot to offer added comfort. These 3D slippers, which first debuted in the athletes’ village at the Tokyo Olympics, were used to help with post-competition and training recovery.
Take a look at the ACTIBREEZE 3D via the gallery above. The shoes will launch on ASICS’ website in the coming weeks for $80 USD a pair.