Nike Uses Their FlyEase Technology For Kids In The Nike Dynamo Go And Play Pack

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Nike is showing love to the kiddos as they’ve unveiled the Nike Dynamo Go, utilizing Nike’s FlyEase technology for kids to get their sneakers on faster and easier as well as an apparel collection using the same ease of access inspiration.

Nike’s Global VP for Kids Footwear Product Kevin Dodson states that the goal was to make getting shoes on easier and faster for kids as they got feedback from kids that tested the sneaker as well as from their parents and caregivers. The Nike Dynamo Go is lightweight and features a white upper with a collapsable FlyEase heel for kids to slip on and off the sneaker without the use of their hands. Wavy overlays in a rainbow-like fashion are seen on the upper with a red toecap and the grippy outsole that can keep up and withstand whatever kids through its way, such as kids dragging their feet to brake on a bike or scooter.

The Play Pack apparel collection aligns with the Nike Dynamo Go, with features such as an auto-locking drawcord on the Play Pack Woven Pants, large zipper loops and a longer cut and adjustable fit on the Play Pack Jacket, and the Play Pack FlyEase Pocket on the hoodie which secures items that are stowed away in the kangaroo pocket while playing. “These innovations are relevant to any kid who just wants to pull their pants and shirts on themselves and get out the door to play quicker. If we can make that experience easier, everybody wins,” says Jermaine Younger, the Senior Director of Nike Kids Product.

There’s no scheduled release date at the moment for the Nike Dynamo Go and Play Pack, but expect them to drop sometime later this year on and at select retailers. Check out the photos of the collection below and head over to our Sneaker Release Dates page for all the latest drop dates.

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