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Nike launches new automatic lace-up basketball shoes that su

Introduction: Today, Nike launched a technology-savvy basketball shoe. It is precisely an Nike Adapt BB that can be automatically strapped. It costs $350, equivalent to about RMB 2,400.

Today, Nike launched a world-renowned basketball shoe. It is precisely an Nike Adapt BB that can be automatically strapped. It costs $350, equivalent to about RMB 2,400.

As early as 2016, Nike quit the first automatic lace-up basketball shoe HyperAdapt 1.0, whose design concept came from the second part of the famous sci-fi movie "Back to the Future" in 1989. The price at that time was $720, which was about RMB 4,870, and it was still super limited.

In the design of the Nike Adapt BB basketball shoes, Nike introduced a more advanced motor system, in addition to automatic strapping, but also built-in custom motor (using the latest FitAdapt technology), which can be felt Measure the tension required on the user's foot and adjust accordingly to ensure fit.

When your feet enter the Adapt BB, the built-in sensor will immediately stretch the laces through the tiny motor hidden in the shoe according to the shape of the feet, which will wrap the feet and provide the appropriate comfort. The two illuminated buttons on the shoe remember the player's tightness and help the player quickly change the tightness of the shoe.

Nike also added a 505mAh battery to Adapt BB to support the new features. These shoes can be replenished on the matching wireless charging board like the latest iPhone. Up to two weeks of battery life.

Users can also connect shoes to your smartphone via the Nike Adapt app and improve the experience mode with firmware updates.

Edit: Lin Zi