Get Real-Time Advice on Your Run with Sensoria's Smart Shoe

Want to run faster and farther? Maybe this Redmond company can help.

By Ciara O'Rourke December 19, 2017 Published in the January 2018 issue of Seattle Met

You might be paying more attention to how numb your feet are than how they’re landing when you hit the trail in January—and whether you’ll make it back home before it really starts raining. But Sensoria, which makes smart clothes for the fitness minded, hopes runners will appreciate a reminder enough to try its new sensor-studded shoes, which detect cadence, pace, and foot contact, among other stats. Whether you’ll like the artificial intelligence coach criticizing your form is another matter.  

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