Nike's GO FlyEase Is Attached Together in a Black and Gum Colorway

Equipped with the same convenient technology for hands-free wear.

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Adding onto its series of hands-free slip-on sneakers, Nike debuts a new GO Flyease in a black and gum colorway. The sportswear giant last released two variations of the effortless design in vibrant and striking color schemes such as the “Red/Black” and first edition dropped earlier this year.

Aside from the brand’s Adapt series which embodies the technology of the Air MAG, the GO Flyease is one of the brand’s latest innovations that has garnered widespread attention for its simplicity and quick entry to provide convenience for those who would like and need the independence of putting on their own shoes. Due to the wild resale price of over $400 USD, Nike has started creating new renditions of the pair to accommodate interested buyers.

This latest installment provides the same functionalities with the tension band, bi-stable hinge and semi-detachable kickstand heel along with blackout uppers shaped up in a mix of mesh, foam and leather. The midsole adds contrast to the stark hue with a clean white mold and is accented by a gum shade hitting all the main points of the sole over a black rubber outsole.

The Nike GO Flyease will retail for $120 USD through select retailers and via Nike’s website with further details yet to come.

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