If you're willing to forget about calories, steps or other measures and embrace "NikeFuel" as your new metric for workout success, the Nike+ FuelBand may well work for you. However, if your fitness regimen is based on time, miles, or other more traditional goals, you may be better off with another product, such as the FitBit Ultra or Nike's Nike+ iPod sensor. That said, if NikeFuel catches on and all of your friends start comparing their Fuel point goals, you may find the FuelBand unavoidable.
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You can use your smartphone to 'lace up' this sneaker
The company is also working on women's pumps and low-top shoes for men.
Counterfeiters already have fake 'BTTF' Nikes with power laces
Nike's self-lacing Mags from 'Back to the Future' won't go on auction until 2016, but counterfeiters are already working on their own fakes with power laces