Smart Socks, Insoles, And Shoes Are The Latest Connected Health Tech
While we usually associate fitness trackers with wrist bands and so on, connected footwear is the new trend. Stryd, Power Meter for Running is a lightweight shoe-clip that can measure form, terrain, speed, and fatigue level. Besides this, it measures and informs you about leg spring stiffness, run stress score, ground time, power, form power, vertical oscillation and cadence. The Altra IQ Sports Shoes paired up with iFit to come up with IQ. Users will receive real-time data about their performance and tips of how they can do better.
These smart shoes feature a multi-sensored system within the length of the midsole that can sync your shoes to your smartphone and give you lots of useful data.
Lechal Smart Insoles help you navigate better by following the vibrations. They also work as fitness tracker and can sync data with Google Fit and Apple Health app. Sensoria Smart Socks are a great idea as well. Infused with 100% textile pressure sensors, these are designed to let the user know if you are hitting the surface with the heel or the ball of your foot. It can be connected to the app which will give you more details. Other products in the connected footwear market include Garmin Foot Pod, Zwift RunPod, and NURVV Run Insoles.
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