The Bluetooth Lumo Run sensor comes with a clip that you attach to the back of your running bottoms—whether they’re shorts, capris, or pants.
The device, which lasts for 20 hours of running on a single charge, pairs with the Lumo Run app on your phone to give you the nitty-gritty details of your running patterns.
The sensor measures all kinds of data: foot cadence, bounce rate, pelvic rotation and drop, and the change in your forward speed, in addition to more common data points like total mileage, split miles, and pace.
The addition of actionable advice you can use both during your run and afterward is worth the price if you really want to upgrade your performance on your own.
Sure, clothes that can track your workouts without a fitness tracker or a phone seem really cool, but these are clothes you sweat in and wear through more quickly than the average item in your wardrobe.