Puma RS-Computer Shoe

Dec 11, 2018

Category: Tech

Way before fitness trackers hit the scene, Puma was ahead of the game back in 1986 with their RS (Running System) Computer shoes. The original trainers took footwear to the next level with a heel-counter equipped with a computer chip to store data, including time, distance, and calories burned. Three decades after their debut, Puma’s re-releasing the computer kicks with modern upgrades to get you moving.

Long gone is the requirement for a 16-pin cord, as these RS Computer shoes can be charged via USB and connect wirelessly to your smartphone. They come with advanced features, including a mini 3-axis accelerometer, an abundance of memory to record up to 30 days of data, a rechargeable lithium battery, and LED indicators. If you want to get a fresh pair of these technology-boosted classic kicks, you’re going to need a little luck and a plane ticket. There will only be 86 pairs available at select stores in Tokyo, London, and Berlin. The Puma RS Computer shoes drop on December 13.

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