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Nike Go FlyEase arrives in “White Sail”

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the Nike The GO FlyEase silhouette was originally designed by Tobie Hatfield as an accessible hands-free shoe silhouette that could help people with disabilities put on their own shoes independently. The convenience factor also makes the shoes appealing to the wider market, and its unique shape and proven performance drove the resale price of these sneakers to over $400 at one point.

Following the release of its first GO FlyEase sneaker, Nike introduced “Red/Black” colorways and a gum sole along with other accessible FlyEase silhouettes including the Nike Glide and React Ace Tour Golf.

The latest GO FlyEase offering appears in simple shades of “White” and “Sail”. The shape remains unchanged, with a tension band, bi-stable hinge and semi-detachable kickstand heel for hands-free donning and doffing. Soft insole lining and Swooshes appear in Black, mesh uppers are dressed in a Crisp White, and Black sail and outsole grips are featured on the split sole unit below.

Browse the images above and search for the Nike Go FlyEase “White Sail” to post on Nike’s website and select retailers for $120.

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