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Reebok introduces its first adaptive shoes

What's New? | June 27, 2022 | By:

Pull tabs on the zipper make the sneakers easier to slide on. Photo: Reebok

Reebok has teamed up with Zappos Adaptive to launch a sneaker collection specifically designed to empower people with disabilities. Named ‘Fit to Fit’, the adaptive footwear is envisioned for functionality and inclusivity without compromising on style. There are two sneaker models in the collection: the Nanoflex Parafit TR for sports activities, and the Club MEMT Parafit tennis shoe. Both models feature a medial zip closure in addition to laces, meaning that users can easily pull the shoes on and off. There are also pull tabs on the heels and the zipper. 

Both models can be bought as a single shoe or in a pair. The Club MEMT also offers an extra 4E for wider foot support, a low-cut design for easy mobility, and a removable sock liner for a custom fit. The collection is now available in a range of unisex sizes and colors. 

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