Experience Technology with Self Tying Nikes

Last Updated on March 23, 2021 | Written by Daniel Peters

FED UP FROM TYING THE SHOELACES! NIKE INTRODUCES SELF LACING SNEAKERS FOR YOUR COMFORT.

The world is making progress each day, and technology is astonishing people and making them think that how is that even possible?! Similarly, a new advancement is being currently taking place by Nike Inc. We know how hard it can get for athletes to tighten up their laces again and again. It becomes a problem for them if their shoelaces open in the middle of a race. So they have made a pair of shoes that have foot sensors in them.

Say bye-bye to shoelaces forever. There are buttons on the shoes that are blue in color and are for loosening and tightening the shoe according to your feet.  There is a large blue battery on the sole, and on the back, there are five LEDs. Nike’s shoes adjust to the shape of the person who wears them, and they are comfortable than any shoe in the world. If you want to know more about these shoes and want to purchase them, then open the Nike Inc web page.

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ABOUT NIKE INC.

Nike Inc. is an American multinational corporation that deals with designing, developing, marketing, and sailing footwear. The company’s other things are apparel, accessories related to footwear, accessories, and different services for its customers. It was founded in January 1964, almost about 53 years ago. The founder of this corporation is Bill Bowerman and Phil Knight. The headquarters are in Washington County, Oregon, United States. It provides its products all over the entire world. The number of employees that work for Nike is 62,600, as calculated in 2015. Surely, the number would have been increased since then. It is the number one company and supplier of athlete shoes and apparel in the entire world. The brand name alone has worth more than $19 billion.

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Representing the most up-to-date tech, Daniel Peters is one of our tech reviewers and writers right here on Techriation. Born and raised on the south side of the San Francisco Bay Area, Dan has been involved in tech start-ups for the last 9 years. With the experience built through studying the latest worldwide trends, Dan’s talent covers all things to do with gadgets and computing offering some of the most in-depth insights in the technology community.