Nike Unveils Hands-Free Sneakers for people with special needs

Nike never fails to amaze us, with the awesome designs, again Nike has taken another step toward convenience for people with disabilities and health conditions with the release of new step-in, step-out shoe, composed with its FlyEase technology.

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The shoe is created to be used hands-free, making it ideal for people with a range of mobility issues or other conditions that limit motor skills. The shoe called Nike GO FlyEase, which has an awesome, the joined feature that helps to wear the shoe easily without using your hands, you just need to forward of the shoe’s heel. Nike has designed the shoe intending to be easy to open and close, Other Nikes with variations on the FlyEase design include the Zoom Soldier 8, Lebron Soldier 9, Pegasus 32, and Flex Run models as well as an adaptive version of the iconic Jordan 1. Previous iterations had zippers on the heel that secured the shoe.

Nike GO FlyEase in all blackThe GO FlyEase will be available to some Nike Members via invitation on Feb. 15. A wide launch is planned for later in 2021. Initial color offerings include a mix of pastel green, pink, and blue; a blue/black combination; and solid black.