Soho
Puma also got sneakers with automatic lacing Smart Sneakers Model Puma Autodiscs
01.11.2016 2379

Puma also got sneakers with automatic lacing

“Shoes of the future” is now also in the assortment of the sports brand Puma. Following Nike, which was the first company to launch auto-laced sneakers on the market, Puma also developed a similar model of smart sneakers Autodiscs.

Electric motors are built into the Puma Autodiscs running shoes that weaken or vice versa pull the lacing. You can control the tension by using the button directly on the sneakers themselves or using a special mobile application on a smartphone.

Puma Autodiscs advertising campaign features sports stars - nine-time Olympic champion Usain Bolt and golfer Ricky Fowler
“Shoes of the future” is now also in the assortment of the sports brand Puma. In the wake of Nike, which was the first company to market sneakers with automatic lacing, ...
5
1
Rating

Latest News

Paco Rabann dies at 88 in France

A Spanish-born designer whose style has become synonymous with space age aesthetics, Paco Raban has passed away at the age of 88 during…
04.02.2023 326

One of the founders of the National Shoe Union Sergey Prytkov passed away

Sergei Prytkov, one of the founders of the National Shoe Union (NOBS), an industry organization that brings together manufacturers, suppliers and sellers of footwear, passed away at the age of 66 ...
03.02.2023 177

Tiffany and Nike Unveil Joint Air Force Capsule

The result of the Tiffany-Nike collaboration was briefly kept under wraps with the Nike Air Force 1 in black suede with Nike's signature comma in Tiffany Blue. From the jewelry brand of shoes also got placed on the heel of sneakers ...
03.02.2023 432

Architectural shoe brand Nicholas Kirkwood is shutting down

British designer Nicholas Kirkwood has taken the decision to shut down his eponymous shoe brand after 18 years of development. Founded in 2005, Nicholas Kirkwood is a luxury brand known for its innovative and architectural…
02.02.2023 332

Ferragamo reports revenue growth in 2022

Italian luxury group Salvatore Ferragamo reports sales growth in 2022 in all regions except Asia-Pacific, where growth slowed due to quarantine measures related to the spread of…
01.02.2023 316
When you sign up, you will receive weekly news and articles about the shoe business on your e-mail.

To the beginning