Nike unveils HyperAdapt 1.0 sneakers
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Nike unveils HyperAdapt 1.0 sneakers

The American manufacturer of sportswear and footwear Nike introduced the first model of sneakers with automatic lacing called HyperAdapt 1.0. The new development includes advances in digital technology, as well as electrical and mechanical innovations. Sensors located at the heel level start the lacing process as soon as the foot is in the shoe. Two buttons on the side help adjust the degree of tightening. Nike is already working on other innovations that allow automatic lacing. It will be ideal shoes for athletes, allowing you not to distract them from their main job, and similar technology can be useful for people with disabilities.

American sportswear and footwear manufacturer Nike has introduced the first sneaker with automatic lacing called HyperAdapt ...
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