The FlyEase technology allows for easy hands-free convenience, no longer will you have to tie your shoe laces, and is being brought to the Nike Air Force 1. This idea was originally formed in 2012, by Matthew Walzer, a 16-year-old with cerebral palsy who asked Nike to design a sneaker that allowed him to not need the assistance of others to tie his shoe. Now, more than a decade later, we are seeing this idea really expand into the Nike ecosystem, with more and more FlyEase silhouettes coming out.
The Nike Air Force 1 Low FlyEase will feature the classic Triple White Air Force 1 design we all know and love but will feature the FlyEase technology. We can see the FlyEase branding located on the inner tongue tab as well as the sole. Enjoy the hands-free convenience with FlyEase on your next pair of Air Force 1s!
The Nike Air Force 1 Low FlyEase is expected to release sometime in the near future via Nike SNKRS App and other select retailers for an undisclosed retail price. To stay informed on all things Nike Brand and to stay up to date with the latest releases connect with us on Instagram and Twitter.
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