Nike’s self-lacing shoes are here. And they cost a bomb.
- Nike introduces HyperAdapt 1.0 to it consumers
- They are going to be released in December
- It will cost $720
Does the thought of tying your laces wear you down? Then Nike just might have the answer for you.
Called the HyperAdapt 1.0, these shoes will be available in December. However, they come at a steep price at $720.
So, how do these self-lacing shoes work? Well, you simply put them on, and it automatically does the deed for you.
This shoe was first seen in Back to the Future II. And in 2016, it is now a reality for consumers.
But the question is? Would you spend so much on it?