Nike has recently released a new sneaker that will allow individuals with disability to easily slide their feet in and out of. The sneaker will be an addition to their line, FlyEase, a line of sneakers that includes special accessibility features. FlyEase was first introduced in 2015 in response to a teen with cerebral palsy who requested a shoe that he could put on independently. The newest addition to the lineup is called the Lebron Soldier 10 FlyEase. The sneaker opens up from the heel to the midpoint and uses both Velcro and zippers to secure the foot in the shoe. The shoe is available online in both kids and adults. Learn more about the Lebron Soldier 10 FlyEase here
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