Back in 2011, the Nike Air Mag, the shoes that Marty McFly wore in Back to the Future II, were released to a ravenous fan base. There was only one problem, unlike the shoes seen in the movie, Nike’s Air Mags didn’t have power laces. Nike promised they would come 2015, and today the company delivered.
Some would consider it as sacrilegious as when Coke dabbled with its classic formula back in the 80s, but after 98 years Converse has updated its iconic Chuck Taylor All-Stars. On the outside they look nearly identical, but on the inside the Chuck II is actually far more comfy for your feet.
If there was one disappointment about Nike's awesome Back to the Future II Air Mag, it's that the shoes didn't have Marty's power laces (and that they only made 1,500 and neither you nor I own a pair). But Nike designer Tinker Hatfield says that's about to change—power laces are coming in 2015. The future is here!
You've heard of pharmaceutical companies and cigarette lobbyists funding studies to prove that their products are awesome. But now Nike is getting in on the game. The company funded a study at Duke's Institute for Brain Sciences that investigated "stroboscopic training" using Nike's new sports glasses, called Nike…
Great Scott! Nike is releasing the Nike Air Mag kicks, just as they were prominently displayed on the feet of Michael J Fox in the future vision of Back To The Future 2. Watch the glorious announcement right now.
A whole generation of people grew up dreaming that one day they would own these shoes, worn by Marty McFly in Back to the Future II. Now, it appears that Nike is releasing Back to the Future style Nike Kicks so that everybody can feel like they're about to jump onto an antigrav skateboard.
Check out this strange trailer for Robert Rodriguez's Nike movie called The Black Mamba. Apparently Bruce Willis, who is the devil, wants Kobe Bryant's shoes (because Kobe's the greatest player in the world... *cough*). And now Bryant has to play on a basketball court of fire (OK that part was cool). Danny Trejo's…