Nike has spent the past couple of years developing a brand new fitness product, and it looks like it’s going to get a lot of traction with the public.
The company is planning to launch a fitness tracker that will be worn on a smartwatch, and the Verge has the exclusive first look at the device.
The Nike FuelBand sports a circular band that fits around your wrist, and you can even wear it on a pair of sneakers.
Inside the band is a tracker that’s a little more complicated.
Instead of tracking your heart rate, it tracks your steps.
It’s connected to a GPS system that lets you measure your progress through a series of steps.
Nike is hoping that the tracker will be able to measure your fitness level over time, and also track your daily activity, which will help you see how you’re performing.
“The FuelBand is a unique product in the Nike sports arena,” Nike CEO Mark Parker said in a statement.
“We have a new generation of athletes, and this is their first chance to get an objective measure of their fitness.
The FuelBand has the potential to be an even bigger platform for them, with its ability to measure their heart rate as well as their running.”
The FuelBands will come in two sizes: a standard Fitbit, and a Nike Fuel Band Plus.
They will be available to purchase at retailers beginning on April 14, and they will be limited to two units per person.
They’ll be available in black or white, and are expected to launch sometime in 2019.
Nike has also been busy adding features to the FuelBand, including a new app called Nike Fuel.
In addition to tracking your steps, you can also view your heart rates on the app, and Nike has added a new workout tool to the app.
You can also create your own workouts.
It will be interesting to see how Nike handles the Fitbit and FuelBand’s fitness trackers in the future.
The fact that the company is taking a new approach to its product lineup means that the next generation of Nike shoes and accessories will likely include features that compete directly with the Fitbits and Fuelbands.
Nike did not respond to a request for comment.