Japan’s Ambush connects metaverse to IRL with 3D printed sneakers

Japan’s Ambush connects metaverse to IRL with 3D printed sneakers


Japan’s Ambush has announced 100S, a concept multi-verse sneaker, ‘wearable’ in both the metaverse and real life. A symbol of sustainable technology, the sneaker created in partnership with Zellerfeld uses recyclable materials and expands the possibilities of circular design.

100S comes with an NFT counterpart, unlocking wearables of the same design in the Ambush SILVER FCTRY metaverse and beyond.

Japan’s Ambush has announced 100S, a concept multi-verse sneaker, ‘wearable’ in both the metaverse and real life. The sneaker created in partnership with Zellerfeld uses recyclable materials and expands the possibilities of circular design. 100S comes with an NFT counterpart, unlocking wearables of the same design in the Ambush SILVER FCTRY metaverse.

The metaverse-ready sneaker is a result of combined efforts from Ambush’s web3 ventures and Zellerfeld’s innovative 3D printing shoe technology. Ambush made its entrance to the web3 space earlier this year with the launch of its POW! REBOOT NFT collection and SILVER FCTRY metaverse, while Zellerfeld’s technology produces made-to-order 3D printed sneakers with environmentally friendly, sweatshop-free production.

Fibre2Fashion News Desk (KD)