If you want to continue, you'll be asked about shoe size (Duh), smartphone model, active interests, and general thoughts on adaptive technology in Fi. The Chosen will then receive the sneakers for constructive feedback, which will be very useful to Puma in preparing for the Spring 2020 launch.
The $ 330 Puma Fi relies on a top-side engine to tighten its hard Dyneema strings. and you can fine tune it by dragging the module or the companion app (via Bluetooth) over the keyboard. Its main competitor, the $ 350 Nike Adapt BB (which is already available), is anchored in the sole with a motor. As an alternative input method, two physical buttons are provided on the midsole. As the Adapt BB automatically tightens when it gets dressed, the Fi makes up for a much smaller wireless charger and Apple Watch connectivity.
No matter which camp you choose, one thing is certain: the rise of self-ironing shoes makes life easier for people with disabilities.