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The Iofit Smart Balance shoe shown off at MWC 2016 is fitted with embedded sensors that measure your foot's pressure.

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Shooting video of yourself helps you analyze your form and improve. You can compare yourself against professionals as well.

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The blue footprints and green graph show how my weight changes as I rock from side to side.

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These golf shoes were designed in conjunction with a South Korean footwear company.

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You can see the sole's texture here.

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The shoe's battery lives beneath the insole in this working prototype, but I didn't feel a thing.

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The summary view here rounds up your stats and suggests balance-building moves.

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Iofit's founders are golfers themselves.

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The app with "my" shoes.

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There's a "Fitness" style and a "Golf" shoe.

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A parade of styles!

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A parade of styles!

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Bright colors help the shoe blend in.

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Iofit puts a premium on interesting textures and styles.

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This saddle shoe is suited for the green, not the gym.

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Drawing tools help you zero in on your posture after the fact.

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OK, so they didn't exactly have my size. Read all about the Iofit Smart Balance shoe and MWC 2016.

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