Nike Air Zoom Pegasus 35 running shoes have a new FlyEase lacing system. It tightly fixes the foot (and looks unusual).
The new Nike FlyEase technology in sneakers combines Velcro and circular zippers that fasten around the heel. The FlyEase lanyard-free design allows you to quickly take off and put on your shoes, opening and closing the closure with one hand. The new technology will be useful to runners who have their laces untied all the time while jogging or who cannot adjust the fixation of the foot with ordinary laces.
The development of the new technology was led by Nike Senior Innovation Director Toby Hatfield. For the first time, FlyEase sneakers were created six years ago for individual athletes, and now the Nike Air Zoom Pegasus 35 has become a revolutionary fastener. These are high-speed running sneakers with Zoom Air cushioning system, soft foam outsole and mesh upper for greater flexibility. In 2018, the new model
Justin Gallegos, the first Nike athlete with cerebral palsy. Justin was going to run out of the half marathon from two hours, he almost succeeded - he finished with a result of 2 hours 3 minutes.
Nike Air Zoom Pegasus 35 FlyEase Sneakers will be available at Nike branded stores and partner stores in the summer of 2019. Now this model can be ordered on the website