• Someone Spent $200,000 To Cop The Last 89th Nike Air Mag Pair

Someone Spent $200,000 To Cop The Last 89th Nike Air Mag Pair

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€166.00

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Ever since sneakerheads watched Marty McFly lace up in a pair of the Nike Air Mag in 1989's Back to the Future Part II, they could not help but want to try on the light-up and self-lacing trainers as well. Back in October of this year, sneakerheads finally received that opportunity. In the film, Marty wears the trainer after traveling to the future in October 2015. Nike produced just 89 pairs of the Air Mag and they were auctioned off in a raffle, with tickets costing merely $10. The last of those pairs was recently auctioned off an outrageously and unbelievably high price.Considering that Nike had to incorporate complex machinery to ensure that the Air Mag would be functional, it makes sense that it received a limited release. Surprisingly, it is relatively lightweight and quite comfortable, but its self-lacing feature is also slower than as seen in the film. The high-top ankle supports are shaped somewhat like wings, and the bulbous and cushioned heels of its soles ensure outstanding stability. The trainers are also equipped with traffic lights and its ankle straps light up as well. Overall, the knitted uppers of the Air Mag has the same Blue and Grey color scheme as the the one in the film.Michael J. Fox The Way to Cure Parkinson's Gala recently took place ...
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