Nike’s self-lacing patent found on the Nike Mags and the upcoming Nike Hyperadapt EARL not only carries shoes into the future with once fictitious technology, but it also serves a greater purpose: allowing disabled athletes with limited hand movement to slip into a pair of sneakers with relative ease. Until that self-lacing system becomes more widely accessible and cheaper to produce, Nike is focusing on the Flyease system made famous by Matthew Walzer, Tobie Hatfield, and LeBron James. The latest shoe to be transformed by the added zipper/strap on the heel is the Nike Flyease Pegasus 33. The running model features an asymmetrical lacing system that uses a material similar to Dynamic Flywire for a standard lockdown fit while one gets access to the shoe through the heel. What do you think of the Nike Zoom Pegasus 33 getting the Flyease makeover? Check out more detailed photos below and stay tuned for more release updates right here on Sneaker News.