See The Initial Design Process Of ANTA’s KT5

ANTA and their Footwear Creative Driector, Robbie Fuller recently shared a look into some of the design process of Anta’s latest signature model for Klay Thompson, the KT5.

“After over 600 days of R&D, 200 tests with 500+ design drafts, the ultimate KT5-Klaytheism is born.” – ANTA

Utilizing an updated “FlashFoam” and constructed from a lightweight textile upper, the KT5 features a synthetic TPU shroud that covers the lacing system and acts as an additional fastening system.

You can see some of the initial sketches, renderings and general design process of the ANTA KT5, below.

 

 

“Behind the scenes with the legend, E Scott Morris, introducing the 500 sketches that led to Klay’s 50 choices that lead to the KT5. No better dude in the game than E. Big shouts to Brett, Sean, David, Duane, Guercy, Frantz, Jared, and all the others that threw in on this one. True global process. Even Klay did one option.” – Robbie Fuller

 

   
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Mr. Bailey

Product Designer + Footwear Architect | Founder of @ConceptKicks | www.MrBailey.co.uk

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