Earlier this year Matthew Walzer wrote a letter to Nike CEO Mark Parker about developing a shoe which would assist with his Cerebral Palsy. After living with the disability for his whole life, Matt wanted a sneaker which would be easy to put on rather than going through the obstacle of attempting to lace up regular Nike models. Shortly after bringing his letter to the net it became a trending topic and it didn't take long for the brand to respond to his request. After several months of working on the project, Matthew received his special edition 1 of 1 Hyperdunk which he claims only takes him several seconds to put on. Although this is just the first prototype of the design, the on going project is a major break through and we expect a lot more to come within the next few months. For now take a look at the "Walzer" Hyperdunk and be sure to hit him up on Twitter if you want to know more about his journey to get the shoe made.

Source: NK