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Xiaomi’s New 90-Point Ultra Thin Shoes get crowdfunding price of CNY 169 (Rs 1,700)

Xiaomi has a new fitness-centric pair of shoes crowdfunded, which are the latest 90 Point Ultra Light Running shoes that are claimed to be more comfortable and well built for longer running sessions. The new Xiaomi running shoes are said to be priced at CNY 229 (Rs 2,300 approx), however, comes with a crowdfunding price of CNY 169 (Rs 1,700 approx). These new shows are produced by Xiaomi Eco-chain Enterprise Shanghai Runmi Technology. The 90-point ultra light shoes are said to be using cushioning anti-twisting soles and are also said to be ultra-light, anti-bacterial and breathable as well.

The soles on these 90-point ultralight running shoes are said to be made of lightweight rubber and lightweight EVA, which claims to be lighter than conventional materials out there and also helps to have a more comfortable fit. The large EVA surface area on the shoe is said to have sufficient cushioning flexibility, and in terms of safety, these shoes come with built-in anti-twist TPU to make the run more comfortable and safer.

The 90-point ultra light shoes come with a mixture of thin Mono yarn, ultra-light, and anti-bacterial yarn, which supposedly controls the weight of the shoe body, making it light and satisfactory. The upper wrapping part of these shoes is claimed to fit all kinds of foot types, and the mesh structure above helps in air circulation during exercise sessions. And, for the ankle part, the shoes come with an elastic wrap, which is said to give a sock fit.

The 90-point ultra thin shoes also have insole with honeycomb design with honeycomb shaped holes that further helps in minimal contact to the foot while on the run. These new shoes from Xiaomi add to their current fitness-centric shoes product portfolio. As for pricing, as stated earlier, the 90-point Xiaomi shoes come at a regular price of CNY 229 (Rs 2,300 approx), and as it is currently in crowdfunding, the crowdfunding price is at CNY 169 (Rs 1,700 approx). Stay tuned to PhoneRadar for more such interesting updates.

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