RunAway AnyShoe Adapter for non-Nikes


runaway-adapter.jpgHow many of you own a pair of Nikes, and iPod, and a Nike+iPod Sports Kit? For those who do not have the extra dough to pick up one of those expensive running shoes from Nike that are compatible with the Nike+iPod Sports Kit, take comfort. As necessity is the mother of invention, so has Switcheasy taken up the task to allow iPod owners worldwide enjoy their morning runs with the Nike+iPod Sports Kit with just about any other pair of shoes with the RunAway AnyShoe Adapter.

This device is in essence a shoe adapter and an organizer for your Sport Kit, and is compatible with running shoes of the shoelace variety only, so velcro-based runners will have to make the switch to laces if they want to enjoy their music and get a reading of their workout regime. Made from extremely strong polycarbonate, the RunAway AnyShoe stores your receiver in a weatherproof case that is extremely easy to install and uninstall. All it takes is a single 45-degree twist to lock the pivoting mechanism, while removing it requires the same action in the opposite direction.

Each purchase of the RunAway AnyShoe Adapter comes with a couple of color matching caps to protect your receiver while making it look spiffy. The RunAway AnyShoe Adapter will be released sometime in mid-November, and at just $7.99 a pop, it is much more affordable than forking out more than a hundred bucks on a pair of Nikes. Just make sure your iPod is well loaded with your favorite tracks before you begin your pavement-pounding regime.

Source: Gearlover

3 reviews or comments

GrimReeper Says: November 4, 2006 at 5:19 am

Just tuck it in between the laces and the tongue of the show in a sealed freezer bag. Cheaper still and just as easy.

Gordon Says: January 15, 2007 at 1:28 am

This is a great device, just fits snuggly and is colour cordinated to match your shoes. Good company to deal with.


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