Designed by John Paulick, the touch-screen iPod Fit is the first iPod watch, making it a strong candidate for the most wearable iPod ever. The main features of the iPod Fit is that it bypasses the RF link between the current Nike+ shoe module and the add-on receiver in the different types of iPods. All three components are built into one, greatly reducing the clutter needed to enjoy fitness with your music. In addition, runners can now wear their favorite running shoes and are not just limited to Nikes anymore. If you have wide feet, you are no longer limited to narrow-footed Nike shoes. It’s minimalist rubber armband ensures proper cord management, also a first for iPods. This ensures a hassle-free workout and increases safety as well. At the most, its variety of colors not only pleases everyone, but also provides charitable donations to the National Breast Cancer Foundation and the Lance Armstrong Foundation, similar to Apple’s (Product) Red campaign.