Not many people who take running seriously (or even semi seriously) don’t have some sort of device that measures their pace, distance and calories burned. Whether that’s a phone, a foot pod or a running watch, depends on preference, but without one, I’d be lost. What did runners do before the advent of GPS? Well if it was 1986, maybe you owned a pair of these futuristic shoes from Puma! Way, way ahead of the curve, they measured distance, pace and calories burned and then uploaded the data to your Commodore 64 to track your progress! Now they are being re-released with updated computer guts, but the same styling. Only 86 pairs are being released worldwide, so you better have deep pockets or a real love of retro running gear (or better yet BOTH!).
Puma 1986 Computer RS