Fitness tech hits the pitch with the adidas adiZero F50 miCoach to be made available to football fans this November allowing them to track their performances against the pros
Sporting behemoth adidas has revealed it is to expand its range of exercise tracking techy sportswear, officially unveiling the Adidas adizero F50 miCoach, a football boot that will allow users to monitor their performances.
Set to utilise the company’s miCoach technology the adidas adiZero F50 miCoach boot will allow amateur footballers to record and analyse their footballing skills like never before, monitoring speed, distance covered and work rate during a game or training session.
adidas adiZero F50 miCoach Features
Capable of monitoring user’s 360-degree personal performance data the adidas adiZero F50 miCoach incorporates a removable sensor that following use can wirelessly transfer information to your computer, smartphone or tablet via inbuilt Bluetooth technology.
The first consumer available boot to allow users to monitor their progress, F50 miCoach data can be compared and contrasted to professional players who wear the product with the likes of Lionel Messi, and Gareth Bale set to record and make public their own performances.
“With the miCoach technology; players will be able to prove just how fast they really are. I can’t wait to wear the boots in November and share my stats with the adidas community,” said Manchester United and England star Ashley Young.
adidas adiZero F50 miCoach Release Date and Price
Set to go on sale in the UK this November the brightly hued boot will set wannabe owners back £245 when incorporated with miCoach sensor or £200 as a standalone product.
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