Nike Flyease, the brand's technology meant to help athletes with physical disabilities put their sneakers on, is coming back in 2016.
The zippered fastening system is used again in the Nike LeBron line, landing on the Nike LeBron Soldier 9. Two colorways of the sneaker have leaked, both wearing a hefty amount of speckling around the heel and enlarged midsole piece.
These pairs don't appear to have landed in the U.S. yet, but they should arrive soon.
Nike created its Flyease technology in collaboration with Matthew Walzer, a boy with cerebral palsy who wrote a letter to Nike CEO Mark Parker in 2012 urging him to create sneakers of this sort.