MYZONE won in the Overall Wearable Winner Category, edging out Misfit, while Hexoskin earned the Crunchwear Editor’s Award, beating runner-up MIO Global.
Wearable Technology Show COO John Weir called MYZONE a "very worthy" winner of the Overall Wearable Award, as well as a "true trailblazer" in the sports performance market. (Photo courtesy MYZONE.)
MYZONE won in the Overall Wearable Winner Category, edging out Misfit, San Francisco, California, for its activity-tracking wearables such as the MZ-3 Physical Activity Belt. Smart shirt company Hexoskin earned the Crunchwear Editor’s Award, beating out MIO Global, Vancouver, British Columbia, known for its heart-rate-monitoring wristbands. More than 200 entries were received across eight categories, according to WTS.
“The level of entries was overwhelmingly high and such a hard call for our judges to choose just one winner for each category,” WTS COO John Weir said in a statement provided to Club Industry. “An extra special round of applause must go to MYZONE® – the very worthy Overall Wearable Award winner. MYZONE® is a true trailblazer in the sports performance market, continually pushing the technology to develop the most accurate devices on the market – we’re excited to see what they’ll be bringing to the show next year.”
The complete list of this year’s award winners can be viewed here.