Under Armour's smart shoe tells you if you're tired
Sport and Outdoors
So the latest tech that Under Armour has to show off to us is smart shoes.
They've introduced smart shoes in the past in the Gemini form.
But the version 2.0 has just been upgraded to version 3.0.
In addition to that they've introduced two other shoes, the Velocity and the Europa models.
So they have built in accelerometers.
Other crazy built-in tech that can track your cadence, how fast you're running, the distance of your strides, to kind of help inform your running and make you better over time.
But the coolest update is that this one also has a recovery function.
So if you jump in place, Six times in a row.
The app will actually tell you, with the shoes on if you're ready to run, if you need to take a break or if you can kind of just take a little run maybe five to six miles something.
If you're training for a marathon take it a little A little easy that day.
Pricing isn't officially set yet, but all three models available for both men and women should retail for roughly $140 to $160.
And they're available for pre-order now, but will be sold starting February first.
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