One of the coolest pieces of fitness tech I saw on display at CES was Solos, a pair of Google Glass-like cycling sunnies that promise to perfect your ride.
Like Google’s unpopular lenses, Solos puts a heads-up display right above your eye, but unlike Glass, Solos isn’t trying to appeal to average folks. This gear is for cyclists who need performance data in sight, without having to glance down at a smartphone.
Solos shows metrics like heart rate, speed, distance, duration, and other data about your ride. It also has voice recognition tech baked in so you can give commands without having to take a hand off the handlebars.
Solos is $500 and ships in the second quarter of the year.