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The new Nike Adapt Huarache you will be able to connect via Siri

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Published on Aug 30, 2019

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The new Nike Adapt Huarache you will be able to connect via Siri

Nike has announced the Nike Adapt Huarache, which presents the technology “FitAdapt” of the company that allows you to adjust the fit of the shoe through Siri or Apple Watch.

Similar to the Nike Adapt BB launched at the beginning of this year, the new shoe Huarache includes a lacing system FitAdapt. Run by a motor in the middle part, the system is controlled by the app Nike connected and tighten or loosen the shoe depending on the control of the user.

For the first time, these controls include the use of Siri on our iPhone or use the app peer Apple Watch. The shoe also offers preset modes for custom adaptations and support for shortcuts Siri for an even more simple on the laces.

Above this layer are exposed to the lacing system Nike FitAdapt. The technology, operated by a motor in the middle, is controlled by an app Nike Adapt from many facets. With the app, users Nike, Adapt Huarache are greeted by a universal access (consistent for all the products Nike FitAdapt – current and future), a user interface theme specifies for a Huarache and a series of recommendations for adjustment preset for foot type and activity. The functionality of the app can also be driven by Apple Watch and Siri, the two controls that also support the movement.

In an image PR of Nike, the company provides an example of a shortcut Siri-like “Hey Siri, untied my shoes” as a way to loosen the fit of the Nike Adapt Huarache.

The new shoes Huarache are a continuation of the original line that debuted in 1991. The new sneaker will be in stores on the 13th of September at select retailers.

Take a look at the full press release on nike.com.

 

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