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If you've dreamed of owning a pair of iconic self-lacing shoes, made famous in Back to the Future 2, you haven't got long to wait. Nike has just announced the launch of its new HyperAdapt 1.0 trainer which will land in shops this summer. The new tech.
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With the debut of Nike's new self-lacing sneaker, it's clear the sneaker giant has taken another large step in the advancement of shoe technology. But just how large of a step the new shoe, dubbed the Nike HyperAdapt 1.0 remains to be seen. As the 1.0.
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In addition to having the opportunity to buy them starting Sunday via its website, therealreal.com, the shoes will be showcased at The RealReal's first New York City-based pop-up shop, located at 79 Greene St. in the Big Apple's Soho neighborhood.
Marty McFly's “Nike Mag” sneakers left a lasting impression on fans of “Back to the Future 2”: Long after the 1989 blockbuster, fans continued to petition Nike to make real self - lacing trainers, equipped with lights and the ability to automatically.
Nike's new self - lacing shoe , the HyperAdapt 1.0, made headlines when it launched earlier this year. It works by triggering a heel sensor that activates a tiny, battery-powered motor nestled in the shoe's undercarriage that pulls on the FlyWire upper to.
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We saw Nike launch the 2016 Mag that was inspired by the movie 'Back To The Future Part II' and the standout feature was its power laces, which would tie itself. Now I don't know about you but I simply cannot resist a self - lacing shoe and the.