Nike has released a new version of their popular Pegasus 35 running shoe, which uses the company's FlyEase technology so you can wear it without shoelaces. While tying is a matter of course for most people, many others with conditions such as cerebral palsy can not do so with ease, so the new edition of the shoe will help make running more accessible than ever.
FlyEase technology includes a rounded zipper around the heel. After losing weight, the entire heel can be opened so that you can push your foot into the shoe like a clogged shoe. Then you tear open the opening again and put it in the shoe, whose seat is also secured by a series of rubber ropes running over the toe, which you can tighten by pulling on a string on the heel.
Team GB Sprinter Sophie Hahn, the current T38 Paralympic, World, Commonwealth and European Champion over 1
"I know that's pretty embarrassing, but I've just learned to tie my shoelaces, and sometimes it's a fight with spikes and shoes." says cock. "I've gotten over this pretty well, but it's not perfect, so I'm really looking forward to the Nike FlyEase shoe, which will help me so much to master the daily challenges of training."
"I can just show up and do not worry about tying or loosening them – they are much easier to put on and take off! They also know that they do not undo while running. It is not necessary to tie up again and again. "
Nike has used FlyEase technology in other shoes, including the LeBron Soldier basketball shoe, but it's the first time he appears on a Pegasus running shoe popular with runners because of its versatility – it's a great everyday Coach, but also a lighter Fast enough for speed runs and races.
The Nike Pegasus 35 FlyEase is now available on the Nike website and costs £ 104.95, the same price as the standard Pegasus 35. It is also available in a wide and extra-wide edition are useful for people wearing an orthosis.
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