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Nike's New Power-Lacing Sneaker

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+8 1. BloodBeast commented 5 years ago

What serious athlete would use shoes with the added weight of motors?
On the other hand, useful for people who are too fat and lazy to tie their own laces.
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+2 2. jjdalbaque commented 5 years ago

...unless they are able to reach their feet :'(.....in two month they gonna sell a remote control for 20bucks >:)
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+2 3. mwak commented 5 years ago

Does it need 2.21 gigawatts with a plutonium pack to power ?
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+9 4. BiMezo commented 5 years ago

They should have just said: "Hey, just for fun - here are those shoes from "Back to the future".

But advertising these as something convenient (especially to athletes) for 4 minutes is ridiculous.
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-1 5. Scotsman50 commented 5 years ago

Only the rich will be able to afford these as i bet the price is astronomical ,wait 10 years and the average joe Soap will be able to purchase. >:)
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+1 6. BrahmaBull commented 5 years ago

#2 Why? It activates when the heel is down.
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0 7. Trooper commented 5 years ago

I can't wait for someone to ask me : "Hey, is there a power outlet nearby? I need to recharge my shoes"....

Also: "Sorry I can't meet you right now because my shoes are charging..."

Now the question is: How do you tie your shoes when the batteries are dead and you can't recharge them,,,
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0 8. Malakyte commented 5 years ago

https://www.wired.com/2016/09/nike-self-lacing-design-hyperadapt/
"a full charge takes 3 hours and lasts 2 weeks"
Cool stuff but yet another power-hungry device that requires charging... >:)
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0 9. Judge-Jake commented 5 years ago

Of course the main advantage of the lights at the back (which you won't be able to see by the way) is that Muggers will see you are wearing $1000+ trainers and they will be in the perfect spot 'behind you'. If you are going to buy a pair you need to learn how to run real fast real quick. :(|)
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0 10. ermini commented 5 years ago

#4 and the ones from back to future looked way cooler