08. 01. 2005
Following one of the most widespread clich/(c)s about women, I have managed to - once again - be more than average, by collecting an unnecessary number of shoes throughout my existence. In particular I can't resist buying yet another pair of sneakers or boots. So yeah, of course I want the Adidas_1, but not just because I am sneaker obsessed; I'll depend on its technology to allow me to go running without suffering from terrible knee pain on the following day.
[...] the shoe provides "intelligent cushioning" by automatically and continuously adjusting itself. It does so by sensing the cushioning level, using sensors. It then calculates whether the cushioning level is too soft or too firm via a microprocessor and adapts with a motor-driven cable system to provide the correct cushioning for the specific purpose at that time.
Available for ,C 250 or $ 250.