NIKE RELEASE NEW HANDS-FREE SHOE INSPIRED BY MAN WITH CEREBRAL PALSY
Back in 2012, a young man at age 16 named Matthew Walzer wrote to Nike explaining his Cerebral Palsy condition and if they would consider developing a new shoe design that is more adaptive. The young man has now inspired the brand to create a brand new accessible shoe especially to help people that may suffer with this condition.
Nike's shoe designer, Tobie Hatfield, had read Matthew's request and started developing the show prototype so others with disabilities could wear the shoe comforably.
Nike finally revealed the new trainer design 'Go Flylease' last week, and the designs are incredible.
You can check out the designs on the NIKE GB website.