Under Armour’s Gemini 2 sneakers are fitness trackers for your feet
LAS VEGAS — My feet are wearing the future.
At CES on Tuesday, fitness apparel company Under Armour announced the first sensor-filled sneakers that track your workouts without needing to tether to a smartphone.
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At first glance — and first feel — Gemini 2 sneakers could easily be mistaken for any other athletic shoe on the market. But embedded within its soles are tiny sensors that track where you’re going, the distance you’ve traveled and calories burned. They are fitness trackers for your feet, allowing your wrists to go wearable-free when out for a run. Read more…