Does the evolution favor the lazy?
Puma has officially entered the race. The brand has come with smart shoes that get you rid of the shoe race, a feature that would be loved by many. Here’s everything you need to know about it.
It comes with a smart sensing capability that learns the shape of the foot of each user and adapts the fit of the shoe to the individual,” Puma wrote. “Athletes can fine-tune fit through a smartphone app. The users can also make on-the-fly adjustments with their Apple Watch.
Puma is now looking out for “tech-savvy” volunteers to beta test the upcoming shoe and provides feedback about its design, usability, and engineering. Interested individuals can sign up for the Fi beta test program via Puma’s Pumatrac app, which is available for both iOS and Android.
According to Engadget, the Fi will be priced at $330 when it arrives next year, undercutting Nike’s $350 Adapt BB.