We have been waiting for many years for shoemakers to develop the kind of self-wearing footwear that once seemed possible in movies, but it turns out that making smart shoes is not that easy.
Nike is one of the companies that have made such models earlier, including one for Marty McFly. But, at $ 720, the regular pair of Nike sneakers stick as much as a high-end smartphone. However, Nike has found a way to make them much cheaper, and next year you can finally find a couple you can afford in stores.
By Shoe Blog Sole Collector confirmed Nike during its Quarterly revenue calls for the second quarter of fiscal 2019 that smart shoes come to the performance basketball market next year.
"I'm excited to announce that in the new year, we will be launching a new, adaptive basketball basketball platform at the price of $ 350," Parker said. "We have a smart shoe designed for a perfect fit, and it's a big steps in promoting and connecting our digital transformation to product. "
Nike Executive Vice President Andy Campion then said that HyperAdapt 2.0 should arrive in spring 201
If you've been dying to wear shoes as cool as Marty McFlys – well, almost as cool – So all you have to do is wait a few months, the downside is that you have one thing to worry about when it comes to battery charging: Self-lacing shoes will consume energy, which means they will require batteries. 9659007] Image Source: Nike