PUMA FI: Self-lacing Training shoes

Well, we all know Shoes are mainly designed for the protection and comfort of our feet. It is also considered as décor or fashion statement.

The well-known sports company PUMA has taken a new step in art technology platform Fit Intelligence (fi) to automate and fine-tune the performance of the footwear.

The company is about to launch the first Fi footwear style named  “PUMA FI-self-lacing shoes”. These training shoes are designed and developed for workout and light running according to wearers’ comfort. These shoes fulfill your all the need regarding the footwear.

PUMA® INTRODUCES SELF-LACING TRAINING SHOE FIT INTELLIGENCE
PUMA® INTRODUCES SELF-LACING TRAINING SHOE FIT INTELLIGENCE

The Puma FI is designed with a micromotor, which powers a uniquely configured cable system that automatically laces the training shoe when you swipe it on Fi module up or down on the shoe tongue. Seems magical!!

It comes with a great sensing capability that understands the feet size of each user and tightens the shoe to the individuals accordingly. Athletes or sportsman can also monitor, adjust and finetune the shoes through their smartphones.

For keeping it athlete friendly, the designers also included an amazing feature in it which allows the athletes to adjust the shoes using their apple watch.

Charles Johnson, PUMA’s Global Director of Innovation said,” we have created a product that speaks to the future of sport which is life in motion. It’s fast and changing all the time”.

The shoes are powered by a pair of batteries that can be removed or charged wirelessly.

If you are a gym lover and workout or exercise is a part of your daily routine, these shoes can help you do these activities effortlessly.

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