Self-Lacing Smart Shoes With Temperature Control and Tracking Reach Funding Goal

Digitsole Smartshoe
Digitsole Smartshoe

Are you a fan of Nike’s self-lacing technology seen on futuristic shoes such as the Mag and Hyperadapt 1.0? If so, these new crowd-funded kicks might be to your liking.

The Digitsole Smartshoe is touted as the “first intelligent sneaker” and is equipped with technologies including self-lacing, temperature regulation, health tracking and more.

Following a successful Kickstarter campaign, the Digitsole Smartshoe has now reached its goal on Indiegogo, too. With a total of $115,376 raised as of 5 p.m. ET, the campaign has more than doubled its original funding goal.

Digitsole Smartshoe The components of the Digitsole Smartshoe. Indiegogo

Cool tech aside, the Digitsole Smartshoe succeeds where several other similar designs have faltered: It looks good. Through use of premium leather, Neotech EVA and easy-to-wear colorways, the shoe maintains a sporty yet stylish look.

Other notable features include the Smartshoe’s cushion monitor, which is able to alert the wearer when it’s time to replace the insoles. The water-resistant kicks have a battery life of up to two weeks.

If you’re interested in trying out the futuristic sneakers, readers can preorder a pair for 60 percent off of their retail price ($599) from for $229.

Digitsole Smartshoe The Digitsole Smartshoe in black/white. Indiegogo
Digitsole Smartshoe The Digitsole Smartshoe cushioning tracker. Indiegogo
Digitsole Smartshoe The Digitsole Smartshoe retails for $599. Indiegogo
Digitsole Smartshoe An on-foot look at the Digitsole Smartshoe. Indiegogo
Digitsole Smartshoe Digitsole Smartshoe charging Indiegogo
Digitsole Smartshoe The Digitsole Smartshoe in all-black. Indiegogo

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