Most of us didn’t get the limited edition Nike HyperAdapt 1.0 self-lacing shoes when the came out in 2017. Well, now we have another chance. Nike recently unveiled a new version that is more advanced, and thankfully, more affordable.
Time marches on and in the end, it gets us all. Back To The Future II’s sneakers, like the rest of us, are at time’s mercy. Currently offered on eBay is a single shoe (the left one) of one of the pairs of Nike Air Mags used in the production of the classic 1989 sci-fi comedy.
This is one of the shoes made specifically for the movie, and sadly it’s falling apart.
Sports wearables maker Nike wants to inspire you. Maybe bribe is a better word. It’s offering a new reward system for the Nike Plus app that it hopes will encourage you to work out more. You can unlock curated playlists on Apple Music, guided meditation exercises on Headspace, Class Pass credits or maybe even a custom t-shirt.
Nike’s PG2 shoe was created in collaboration with Sony and is obviously inspired by the PlayStation. It is basketball player Paul George’s new signature shoe. George plays for the NBA’s Oklahoma City Thunder and is also an avid gamer.
Do you have a toddler in your house? Are you a Back to the Future fan? Then you’ve gotta get your kid a pair of these amusing baby booties made to look like Marty McFly’s famed Nike Air Mag shoes.
These handmade Air Mag booties are available from FifthAvenue5, and crocheted from organic yarn.
The DeLorean time machine was certainly the thing I wanted most from the Back to the Future movies. I would have also settled for that hoverboard McFly rode around on. I’m not really into footwear, but the thought of shoes that tied themselves and had lights on them was very appealing when I was a kid.
Nike has a modernized version of McFly’s shoes coming out this year.
You can buy safes that look like all kinds of things: soda cans, shaving cream, etc. The idea is to hide your valuables in something that looks not so valuable. I guess that’s why this safe disguised as a Nike shoe box is weird.
Dress your current-gen console in alternate colorways with Clockwork Signage’s shoebox-themed skins. They have Nike, Jordan, Adidas and New Balance skins for both the PS4 and Xbox One.
It’s not clear in the photos but the Jordan and Nike skins are available for both consoles.
I know there are a ton of people who collect Nike sneakers like they were baseball cards. I don’t get it myself, but chocolate Nikes I could collect. This delicious Nike was made by a design student in London.
Back in 2011 Nike released its official take on the MAG sneakers that Marty McFly wore in Back to the Future II. But those shoes were a limited edition and were auctioned off, which meant that for many of us they may as well have cost as much as a time machine.
Over the last few days, there have been reports indicating that Nike’s Digital Sports Division had laid off most of its staff. The division is responsible for the FuelBand, which seemed to be doing quite well, but in fact, apparently hasn’t really taken off.
There have been only a few Nike shoes with LEDs, but these snowboard boots take the top prize, thanks to 30 LEDs implanted into the swoosh on each boot. You definitely won’t be invisible on your next night run down the slopes.
I’ve been waiting for this for about a year, and finally, Nike has announced the release of a sneaker that will combine Flyknit technology with a full Air Max cushioning. Now this will be one comfortable sneaker.
When Nike first introduced Flyknit technology, it was pretty amazing. The shoes that featured this tech were super comfortable, and extremely light thanks to the single thread that was knitted to make their shells. Now Nike has introduced Flyknit versions of their Free line of shoes that are made for barefoot runners.
If you haven’t tried on some Nike LeBron X, then you’re missing out on some super-comfortable shoes. That being said, if you’re looking for something unique, and Nike ID doesn’t do it for you, check out these customs.