Nike Flyease
Flyease has a zipper extending around the back to make life easier for people with disabilities
Not everyone's feet are built the same, which causes many to prefer one style of sneakers over another. But what if the width or arch support wasn't the issue, it was simply getting the sneakers on your feet? For many people with special needs this is a serious issue, and Nike has a solution to the problem: It's called FLYEASE. In July of 2015, Nike introduced FlyEase, a wrap-around zipper solution that opens the back of the shoe near the heel-counter, making it easier to slide the foot in and out. Additionally, the system provides sufficient lockdown and eliminates the need to tie traditional laces. Instead of laces, which are incredibly difficult for people with movement disorders, stroke victims and amputees, the zipper allows you to "peel" it open with one hand and slide your foot in easily.