Alternative products to V-TEX Shoes

6 alternative and related products to V-TEX Shoes

V-TEX Shoes
Quick drying vegan travel shoes
V-TEX was created as a rugged footwear option that combines the benefits of aqua shoes, the functionality of hiking shoes and comfort of urban sneakers - This allows the wearer the convenience of only bringing one pair of shoes on their travels.
6 Alternatives to V-TEX Shoes

World's first 100% waterproof knit shoes

Vessi's forthcoming knit shoes bring a lightweight sneaker style to the water-deflecting powers of your rain boots. Vessi says their Flash Knit technology will keep the shoes 100% waterproof - and your feet 100% dry up to your ankles - for their whole wearable life.

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Kickstarter
Vessi Footwear is raising funds for Vessi - The World's First 100% Waterproof Knit Shoes on Kickstarter! A stylish, waterproof, breathable and lightweight sneaker that keeps your feet cozy and dry no matter the weather.
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Nike Adapt, a platform that creates a truly custom fit by combining an advanced power-lacing system, an app and continually updated firmware, featured in the new Nike Adapt BB basketball shoe.

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The Verge
Nike says that a fix is in the works for its broken Adapt BB smart sneakers, days after an Android update rendered some of them unusable. The $350 Adapt BB went on sale this past weekend, and users started reporting issues soon after.
WIRED
"I'm gonna offer you a fist bump," Tinker Hatfield says, holding out his gloved right hand. He took a tumble off a motorized longboard days before, and while a collegiate pole-vaulting career and a lifetime of skiing taught the 66-year-old how to fall, the remote control in his paw stopped him from tucking his thumb in-and when said thumb met the street, the… See more
The Verge
I flew across the country to Portland to experience the Adapt BB, Nike's new self-lacing, Bluetooth-enabled sneakers, but the guy showing me around campus is wearing a pair of Zoom Flys that refuse to stay tied. Within 10 minutes of tying them, they're untied again, flailing all over.
Fast Company
For the past three years, a team inside Nike has been working on a shoe that could change the trajectory of the company. It's the most-tested piece of footwear Nike has ever released. Athletes, ranging from high schoolers to pros, wore it for more than 27,000 miles on the court.
Engadget
With the companion Adapt mobile application, players are able to input different fit settings over the course of a game, as well as change the LED colors on the sneakers. The other benefit to having wireless connectivity in the Adapt BB is that it will support firmware updates, which means it is expected to get extra features and improvements down the road.
8 Alternatives to Nike Adapt BB
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