Nike Self-Lacing Shoes Prove The Future Is In Automation

Nike Self-Lacing Shoes Prove The Future Is In Automation
Fashion & Apparel

After years of speculation, Nike's HyperAdapt 1:1 premieres with a $720 price tag

Conner Dial, Fashion Editor
  • 8 december 2016

The Nike HyperAdapt 1:1 self-tying sneakers are nothing to scoff at. With an automated lace mechanism that allows wearers to adjust lace tightness on the fly and in the moment, Nike truly proves that automated tech isn’t a gimmick. Unlike the Nike Mag shoes that inspired it, Nike says that these sneakers are a performance shoe, not a collector’s item.

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