Wearables go niche and narrow in the search for consumer relevance (+6 photos)

The latest wearables are extremely mission-specific, aimed at narrow sports categories instead of general fitness.

  • An upcoming $150 tracker called GoMore promises to approximate users’ stamina capacities based on their heart rate.

  • Zensorium’s Being uses a conventional heart rate monitor to detect anxiety and calmness.

  • Garmin’s epix watch guides hikers and skiiers with offline maps.

  • Belty might look a little odd, but it could be a lifesaver after Thanksgiving dinner.

  • Digitsoles promises to heat your buns to just the right temperature through its companion smartphone app.

  • Lifetrak’s Gem can be sewn into clothing if you’re handy with a needle.

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