Adidas has announced that it has launched its “smart” uniforms for female athletes.
The adidas Women’s Sportswear and Footwear Brand unveiled its first two-year smart uniforms in March, but it has since unveiled three-year versions.
These are smart enough to send the wearer’s body temperature to a temperature sensor and monitor blood pressure, while also giving them information on nutrition and exercise.
It is not yet clear if these smart uniforms will be available to all women in 2019, but the company said in a statement that it hopes to roll out the new ones to women in “the coming months”.
The smart uniforms are designed to help women “avoid or reduce injuries and illnesses”.
Adidas also said that it will start to sell its “skinny” versions of the uniforms next year.
It also said it plans to introduce its “body mass index” uniforms in 2019.
In March, Adidas said it would sell its new “skinning” uniform in 2020, although it has yet to announce exactly how much it will cost.