The Converse Chuck Taylor All Star Flyease is the most recent shoe to license Kizik hands-free technology to create an easy entry casual sneaker. We’ve reviewed all the previous Flyease models. Chris reviewed the Nike Glide Flyease and our writer Ryan, born with cerebral palsy, compared the pros and cons of the first two Nike Flyease sneakers.
All have fulfilled their purpose of easy entry but I don’t know that we’d call them fashionable or inexpensive. But Converse has come along to offer a shoe that’s both competitively priced and attempting to become your go-to casual shoe.
Converse Chuck Taylor All Star Flyease
Release Date: March 17, 2022
Sizing: True to size
- Rundown: A comfortable Flyease shoe that’s actually in stock and available for a reasonable price.
- Ease of entry
- CX foam comfort
- Stretch canvas upper
- Fuse toe cap
- Durability of foam outsole
- Not enough of the classic look
Converse Chuck Taylor All Star Flyease Summary
If you watched the video above, you know the Converse Chuck Taylor All Star Flyease has some negatives, such as the fuse toecap. But, the All Star Flyease is a nice option because, at its core, it’s a comfortable $90 shoe utilizing easy entry technology. If you’re buying these for yourself, or someone in your live that’s differently-abled, it’s a worthy purchase.