1. A wearable electronics device, the device comprising:a shirt;
a sensor module interface configured to be positioned over a wearer's upper back when the shirt is worn;
a plurality of elongate strips, wherein each elongate strip of the plurality of elongate strips comprises a fabric, and a plurality of electrically conductive wires extending along the length of a first side of the strip in a sinusoidal or zig-zag pattern, wherein each elongate strip of the plurality of elongate strips extends from the sensor module interface and is adhesively attached to the shirt; and
a plurality of sensors, wherein each sensor in the plurality of sensors is electrically connected to one or more of the wires of the plurality of wires of the plurality of elongate strips;
wherein at least one of the sensors of the plurality of sensors comprises a layer of conductive ink having: between about 40-60% conductive particles, between about 30-50% binder; between about 3-7% solvent; and between about 3-7% thickener; a layer of an elastic adhesive; a transition region between the conductive ink and the elastic adhesive, the transition region comprising a nonhomogeneous mixture of the conductive ink and the elastic adhesive; and an insulating resin over at least a portion of the layer of conductive ink.