We’re in an era of change and advancements in wearable technology. Wearable technology now offers different products that will suit your needs. The watches will monitor your heartbeat when sneakers will make sure they fit perfectly no matter what are the circumstances. Additionally, some of the headphones will guide you through your workout and raise your mood when you run!
Apple Watch Hermès Series 5 Double Tour 40 mm Space Black is one of the most popular and stylish smartwatches that are out in the market. It is a combination that features a space black stainless-steel case with a matching watch face and a Swift leather band. It’s available for a limited time with special packaging and includes an additional black Hermès Sport Band.
The Tambour Horizon watch runs Google’s Wear OS, formerly called Android Wear 2.0, and is compatible with both iPhone and Android devices. Louis Vuitton says the battery will last up to 22 hours with normal usage and is waterproof up to 30 meters.
TAG Heuer is a very strong player in watch field, Connected Modular is worn by BMC’s riders – at least before and after races. This beautiful watch has a titanium case with satin finishing details, a sapphire scratch resistant crystal and a diamond base. Considered by many as the first genuine smartwatch to come from a Swiss luxury watch brand, the TAG Heuer Connected Modular 45 watch gives the wearer the ability to choose from over 4,000 design options. The smartwatch has boasting features like GPS functionality, NFC payment ability, Google Fit Apps, voice control and smart notifications.
Nike has launched a pair of laceless basketball trainers that tighten at the touch of a button or swipe of a smartphone. Designed to refine fit using technology, the Adapt BB features a tiny custom motor and gear train that attach to cords – all embedded in the shoe structure. When the wearer steps into the shoe, pressure sensors react to trigger the system to tighten the upper around the foot.A pair of buttons on the outer side also allow wearers to manually adjust the fit.
Innovative Nike FlyEase technology allows athletes of all ages and abilities to get their shoes on and off more easily, while providing a flexible, secure fit. The sneakers is an example of how sustained development and research focused on a set of specific needs can advance footwear for a wider spectrum of people. It is not about singular solutions. Instead, FlyEase is driven by a design ethos that champions the value of a suite of systems that work toward a common goal: making shoes easier for everyone.
Another technology created by Nike is new ISPA series, this new altered version of the VaporMax is essentially the OG version equipped with its full Flyknit upper and VaporMax sole unit, but comes with a removable gaiter shell that covers the entire transforming it into a tall boot. Details include reflective detailing, a zipper closure and pixelated Swoosh branding on the side panels. The trainers place your foot directly on Nike Air technology, delivering the lightest, most flexible Air Max shoe yet. A lightweight, packable gaiter covers the upper from the elements when you need it.
The Lifebeam Vi is one of those rare products that genuinely makes your workouts more effective, especially if you’re not a massively experienced runner. With its AI coaching and tracking combined in a well-designed earphone, it delivers timely coaching with enough frequency to spur you on and keep you going.
Bang & Olufsen’s ‘E6’ wireless headphones are designed with effective noise-cancelling technology to shut out unwanted sounds during your gym session. The buds are made from aluminium and durable rubber on a braided cord with three buttons and a built-in microphone to control your music and take calls without skipping a beat.
The Bose SoundSport Pulse is one of the brands most strongest sports headphones offering a number of additional features like heart rate monitoring which allows you to track your performance and sync with third part apps to save it.