The smart product market is expanding in new and innovative ways every day, and the Digitsole Smartshoe is a clear example of this. Offering wearers the ability to control the tightness, warmth level and lights on the shoe via their smartphone, the Digitsole Smartshoe includes models such as the Harrison Warm Sneaker and Scarlett Warm Pumps.
Aside from offering wireless connectivity for functionality, the smart shoes also charge without wires via the charging pads that come bundled. Naturally, the Digitsole Smartshoe is able to count steps taken and distance traveled, which is purported to be much more accurate than a tracker placed on the wrist or waist.
While the smart shoe design offers continuous usage for several days, the power level goes down if the heating function is utilized.
The Digitsole Smartshoe at CES 2016 is Designed for Men and Women Alike
Michael Hemsworth — January 6, 2016 — Fashion