For his creation, "Nike+ 26," Michael Robinson embedded a shoe with 26 lights, 1 for every mile, so anyone can see how far the wearer has gone.
"For each mile you run, a light goes on from the back of the trainer to the front so that when you pass someone running, they know you're faster and have gone further," the designer says.
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June 2, 2010 3:53 PM PDT
Photo by: Michael Robinson
| Caption by: Leslie Katz
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