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#4 Product of the WeekMarch 17, 2016
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Nike HyperAdapt 1.0 is Nike's first line of shoes that can lace themselves, thanks to an internal cable system comprised of fishing line and a pressure sensor located in the sole that responds to the weight of your foot as you move with “an algorithmic pressure equation.”

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orliesaurus
orliesaurus@orliesaurus · Lasers handler
Ryan Hoover
Ryan HooverPro@rrhoover · Founder, Product Hunt
Intense:
Chase Anderson
Chase AndersonHunter@chaserson · Outdoor Gear
@rrhoover This gif should make anyone want these no matter what they do.
Nicolas Nezhat
Nicolas Nezhat@nnezhat · Founder, Fynd
@chaserson @rrhoover I might change my name to Earl now.
Izzy Piyale-Sheard
Izzy Piyale-Sheard@izzydoesizzy · Founder - Unlock China
@chaserson @rrhoover How to make tech nerds want shoes. I want this so bad now.
Aaron Crocco
Aaron Crocco@aaroncrocco · Writer, Nerd, Delorean Driver, Coffee.
Power Laces!!
Chase Anderson
Chase AndersonHunter@chaserson · Outdoor Gear
We're finally catching up with Marty McFly's vision of the future. Nike is releasing its first self-lacing running shoe this coming holiday season. The shoe has a pressure sensor built in to the heel that detects foot pressure and tightens the laces for a custom fit to each foot. The shoe will also sync with the updated Nike+ app.
Nicolas Nezhat
Nicolas Nezhat@nnezhat · Founder, Fynd
10 years from now, kids won't know how to take public transportation or drive (uber/automated cars), cook (Postmates, Uber Eats), have non-digital conversations...or...tie their shoes. 0_0
John Peele
John Peele@johnwpeele · Owner/Designer/Dev, Good Citizen
@nnezhat do you or I know how to harness a horse, plow a field and harvest it or...or...I got nothing for your non-digital point. Tying our shoes is SO laborious 😉 It was destined to die in our lifetime.