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Nike MAG Sneakers

Dreams do come true. Nike is releasing Marty's mythical shoe from Back to the Future II. In addition to the glowing LEDs and all the McFly style you can handle, the Nike MAG finally brings power-lacing to your feet. Yes, this is real. In the brief video below, Michael J. Fox, appropriately the first recipient of the shoes, tries them on for the first time. "The result is an individually responsive system that senses the wearer's motion to provide adaptive on-demand comfort and support," Nike says. "But this is just the first iteration." Meaning, expect to see power laces in other Nike shoes sooner than you think. The limited edition MAGs will be available via auction in Spring 2016, with all proceeds going to the Michael J. Fox Foundation for Parkinson's Research.

  • Adidas Tubular X

    Casual comfort meshes with a court-ready silhouette in the Adidas Tubular X. The shoe gets its name from the Tubular outsole, built from two pieces of EVA foam: a firmer piece on which the foot sits, and a softer outer tube that provides outstanding comfort. It also has distinctive sidewall rims inspired by the outsole of the Adidas Forum basketball shoe, a synthetic midfoot with the titular X design, a flexible circular-knit upper, and toe and heel pullers to make it easier to slip on and off.

  • New Balance 998 NB1 Custom Shoes

    Since its inception in 1982, New Balance's Made in the USA 990-series has been synonymous with quality and comfort — they were favorites of Steve Jobs — but not bold colorways. These New Balance 998 NB1 Custom Shoes are out to change that. Using an online tool, you can customize the color of a number of the shoe's parts, including the logo, underlay, heel, toe, lining, accents, and abzorb cushion-packing sole, ensuring that you get a pair that matches your personal style.

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