The greatest shoe never made?

Everyone remembers the scene from Back To The Future II when Marty McFly gets his hands on a pair of Nike Mag shoes when he time travels to 2015. Well, this mythical pair is now a reality.

Nike is auctioning 1,500 pairs of the shoes on eBay with all net proceeds going directly to The Michael J. Fox Foundation. If you want to see it up close without putting a bid in, there'll be a pair on display at Niketown London from now until Sunday. It's not been confirmed if they can atually self-lace. Or if they're now working on those hoverboards. nikemag.eBay.com

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