TUNiT: Greater Than the Sum of Its Parts
The Good: Sock-soft, agile, adaptable
The Bad: They don't breathe, meaning hot feet
The Bottom Line: A welcome addition to any soccer buff's sports kit
First it was a computerized running shoe. Now, it's a high-tech, customizable soccer cleat. Just in time for the 2006 World Soccer Cup in Germany, Adidas-Salomon (ADDYY) has unleashed the +F50 TUNiT, the latest in a lengthening list of shoes and clothing that mesh technological gadgetry with style.
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