I've recently been getting into the new Nike+ Apps for iOS. I downloaded the Nike+ Running app, and have really began to like it. I just used my normal iPod Touch 4th gen - and kept it in my pocket whilst running.
Today, I found the new Nike+ Training App, after wanting to see if Nike had created a newer app, since the older Nike Training Club. I've realised I will need the Nike+ Sport Kit - which includes the sensors and adapter for my iPod.
I understand how all this works, however I am confused on the shoes.
Nike say you need special Nike+ shoes- which have the pressure pads, and suitable slots for the sensors under the sole of the shoe. I noticed that they removed the ones which they advertise in the App from their store - and only the basketball one remains. I've been browsing the shop, and noticed that some of the shoes are called:
[ShoeName]+ [Blah blah]
Does the '+' in their name indicate they have this slot in the bottom of the shoe for the sensor, as no pictures show this, and I don't want to waste £100 on a shoe that isn't what I wanted?
Any help is appreciated!