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Sports brand, PEAK, has developed the world's first 3D printed basketball boot, worn and tested by basketball player, Dwight Howard.
Prevolve is a startup using 3D scanning and 3D printing to develop "BioRunners", custom sports shoes which perfectly fit your feet.
Formlabs launches the Fuse 1 selective laser sintering 3D printer, and the Form Cell, an automated production solution for the Form 2.
Cleveland Indians' star pitcher Corey Kluber kicked off the season in New Balance cleats equipped with 3D printed plates.
Wiivv has launched a second Kickstarter campaign, this time offering customized sandals so your feet are comfortable this summer.
This is 19-year-old Broc Brown, formerly the world's tallest teen; he's the lucky recipient of a pair of 3D printed size 28 shoes from Feetz.
Fashion and science come together in a beautiful fusion thanks to Katrien Herdewyn, a shoe designer with a background in engineering.
Ready to wear 3D printed compostable shoes? Footwear education institute Slem and startup BioInspiration are developing an eco-friendly idea.
3D printing will have a big impact on the design of shoes for this year's Olympics in Rio, with direct input from athletes themselves.
Will 3D printed athlete’s shoes ever be more than an elite brand marketing? Rachel Park takes a look at the shoes & car industries.
After a lot of talk, the first 3D printed training shoe has finally hit the market, meaning Under Armour have won the race.
Thinking of backing the 3D Printed BASE by Wiivv insoles on Kickstarter? Read through these FAQs before you make a pledge.
If you're looking for a fashionable way to live sustainably, then perhaps you should consider trainers made from ocean waste. Adidas showed them at Paris Climate Summit 2016.
Rivalry in the sportwear industry is mounting, as Adidas unveil their own brand new concept: a Futurecraft 3D printed sneaker.
How would you like to walk on a true work of sculpted art? Italian Designer Cristina Franceschini (AKA Crystiff) can make it happen through her design abilities and 3d printed shoes.
With no previous knowledge or experience in this particular sector, his ShoesbyBryan became one of the very first companies to offer customizable, fashion 3D printed shoes for women.