Those that have trouble tying laces will want to check out the Nike LeBron Zoom Soldier 8 FLYEASE, which is available now at Nike Store.The shoe was inspired by one of the first Nike employees whose brain functioning was altered from a stroke. Because of this, the process of tying his own shoes was not an easy task, so designer Tobie Hatfield created specific shoes with a zipper to allow for an easier time slipping on the shoe. While the shoe never made it to retail shelves, the design later inspired this FLYEASE sneaker. Recently, a boy named Matthew Walzer wrote a letter to Nike CEO Mark Parker about making shoes for people suffering from Cerebral Palsy and other disabilities like him.Matthew cited Nike’s mission statement of appealing to everybody with a body and really caused Hatfield and Parker to react in designing this enhanced Zoom Soldier 8 Flyease. The shoe already had a zipper so it was easy to incorporate the FLYEASE system, allow for an easier way to slip on the shoes while still offering the support and stability needed for basketball.You can purchase the Zoom Soldier 8 Nike LeBron FLYEASE for $130 by clicking HERE.