NIKE to RELEASE FIRST HANDS-FREE SHOE
Inspired by 16 Year Old with Cerebral Palsy
Nike has its first ever hands-free running shoe!
The style is called Go FlyEase, and the idea of the shoe came from a letter from a 16-year-old named Matthew Walzer, who has Cerebral Palsy. He wrote saying that he dreamed of one day going to College and NOT having to worry about doing up his shoelaces.
Further, we’re in a time now when we’re trying to touch as little as possible so these easy-on, easy-off shoes are a perfect fit to the times.
The sneakers are set to be on sale to the public later on this year.
Nike has unveiled their first hands-free shoe: the Nike GO FlyEase. pic.twitter.com/FZeKDTPUcf
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