Nike Air Force 1 Receives the FlyEase Treatment
Offering hands-free convenience.
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After FlyEase tech was revealed on the Air Jordan 1 Low “Bred” earlier this month, we now see the easy-entry series expand to the Nike Air Force 1 Low in its classic “White” colorway. From a distance, the pairs look indistinguishable from a normal pair of AF1s with white leather uppers, silver lace dubraes, and Nike Air-branded tongue tabs. However, upon closer inspection, we can see the laces are locked in for hands-free convenience with FlyEase markings on the insoles and fabric lace lock. The tongue is also likely stiffer than usual to prevent it from sliding down upon entry.
Take a closer look at the Nike Air Force 1 FlyEase “White” above and expect the pairs to release in the coming months via Nike and select retailers.
In other news, here’s an official look at the Nike Dunk Low “Oregon.”