Called Go Flyease, it’s Nike’s first pair of lace-free sneakers that can be easily put on and off without using your hands. The casual shoe arrives as people touch fewer things during the pandemic and revive their comfy counterparts who make very little effort to wear and take off, Like Crocs.
Go Flyease has unique features, including a tension tape that secures the shoe instead of the laces. Wearing it involves slipping into a shoe until it snaps into place. They are dislocated by pressing on the heels.
The shoes will go on sale February 15 for $ 120 for free membership program subscribers on the Nike website. Expanded availability is planned for later this year.
The new Nike shoes come at a time when home consumers are craving comfort. This is clear from Crocs (CROX)
The latest earnings, which revealed a 55% jump in revenue. The company said it expects 2020 to be its biggest sales year ever.
Launching new shoes on its website fits first Nike (From)
Direct selling strategy to consumers rather than through outside retailers. The company reported in December that its online sales rose 84% in its latest quarter as people snapped up fitness shoes and casual shoes.