The Nike Air Zoom Pegasus 35 FlyEase Will Debut in July

The Air Zoom Pegasus 35 FlyEase marks the third year in a row that Nike has altered one of its performance running sneakers with lace-free technology.

FlyEase technology makes the process of getting in and out of the shoes easier and faster, and allows performance sneakers like the Air Zoom Pegasus 35 and LeBron Soldier 9 to be worn by athletes with different needs.

By simply pulling on the wraparound zippers at the heel area, wearers can get in and out of the shoe without assistance.

‘I want people to know that this technology exists, and regardless of what your sport is, the Nike FlyEase technology can help you; it can change your quality of life in incredible ways,” said Geng Luo, a senior biomechanics researcher, in a statement.

The Nike Air Zoom Pegasus 35 FlyEase will release on July 1 at Nike.com. No price has been announced, but expect it to retail for the same $120 as the Air Zoom Pegasus 35.

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Gallegos takes on 13.1 miles at Eugene’s Half-Marathon. Photo via Nike.

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University of Oregon sophomore Justin Gallegos. Photo via Nike.

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Photo via Nike.

 

Source: Nike

2 Comments

  1. I really like how this is catching on for more sports. Respect for the designers involved.

  2. Very cool thing for Nike to do especially since it seems like a specialty “niche” type item that I cant imagine brings in that much revenue.

    There have been MANY times when I’m trying to fit my foot into a one-booty-upper shoe that I would pray to sweet baby Jebus for something like this.

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