You can argue that Nike’s self-lacing Adapt sneakers inspired by the props in Back to the Future II are the company’s first hands-free sneakers, and using the Nike Adapt smartphone app, they come close to being a hands-free solution. But accessibility is still limited because simply sliding your foot in without reaching down isn’t easy, and the Adapt line is still priced well over $300. When first made available to select Nike fans starting February 15 (with worldwide availability coming sometime later this year), the New Go FlyEase will reportedly sell for around $120. That’s still not as cheap as Crocs, but simply being an alternative to Crocs that don’t look like Crocs is a huge selling point.