Roads? Where we're going, we don't need roads. From a breakthrough in three-dimensional printing that could revolutionize the way we create and consume clothing to squid-inspired fabrics that not only repair themselves but also protect their wearer from chemical attacks, here are the year's most innovative examples of wearable technology. Above, a sneaker from Adidas that boasts an upper made with 100 percent biodegradable—and cruelty-free–synthetic spider silk.
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