Dope Tech: Self-Lacing Nike Mag 2016| first self-lacing Nike mag

Dope Tech: Self-Lacing Nike Mag 2016| first self-lacing Nike mag

Dope Tech: Self-Lacing Nike Mag 2016| first self-lacing Nike mag

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Dope Tech: Self-Lacing Nike Mag 2016| first self-lacing Nike mag

Dope Tech: Self-Lacing Nike Mag 2016| first self-lacing Nike mag

Dope Tech: Self-Lacing Nike Mag 2016| first self-lacing Nike mag

Dope Tech: Self-Lacing Nike Mag 2016| first self-lacing Nike mag

Dope Tech: Self-Lacing Nike Mag 2016| first self-lacing Nike mag

Dope Tech: Self-Lacing Nike Mag 2016| first self-lacing Nike mag

Dope Tech: Self-Lacing Nike Mag 2016| first self-lacing Nike mag

Dope Tech: Self-Lacing Nike Mag 2016| first self-lacing Nike mag

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Dope Tech: Self-Lacing Nike Mag 2016| first self-lacing Nike mag

Dope Tech: Self-Lacing Nike Mag 2016| first self-lacing Nike mag

Dope Tech: Self-Lacing Nike Mag 2016| first self-lacing Nike mag

 

Dope Tech: Self-Lacing Nike Mag 2016| first self-lacing Nike mag

we get a little taste of the future I hope you’ve seen back to the future place is alright so when Marty fly traveled 30 years into the future into the Year 2015 this is what they imagined shoes would be like well now thanks to Nike their kind of a reality and they are sick so this is it the Nike mag if the self-lacing high-tech shoe they imagined come to life kind of so the technical magic is in the sole issue there’s a sensor and on the back there are motors that are actually connected to the laces so when I sense your weight in the shoe for the first time they automatically tighten so if they’re just snug enough to get up and go but in case it doesn’t get it perfectly right every time which it doesn’t there are some buttons in the shoe a green button to tighten it a bit more a red button to loosen and that’s also how you take them off and was also a yellow  button that can turn the lights on the shoe on and off and also serves as a battery check yes the lights on the back here are actually a battery indicator for the shoe these cakes are still in the green but if you leave the lights on all day you will kill them and you have to plug into a wall and charged him at night just like your phone but once you actually get them on the funny thing is

these moon boots actually aren’t that heavy they’re really big obviously but they’re high tops and when you hear there’s a motor and sensors and batteries in them you expect them to be really heavy but they’re not they’re actually kind of lightweight and they’re comfortable now i don’t know how many

people would actually wear these day-to-day if they got them obviously it’s more of a collector piece but it’s just good to know that they look badass on the foot too so you can totally bring the heat and wear them once if you’re  feeling lucky so props to Nike for  bringing these to life and thanks to them for let me try them out for a little bit now I said they were kind of a real product because you can’t just buy them right now there’s only 89 pairs of this first kind being made and you can’t just go out and buy them they’re going to be raffled off so you can grab an entry for ten bucks if you want to try your luck all the proceeds are going to the Michael j fox foundation for Parkinson’s research but word on the street is the

Nike hyper dunk apt 1 point 0 is something that’s coming out later and I guess that’ll be the real retail product with self-lacing shoes and everything  but until then we can admire these like we kind of did it

Welcome to 2016 only thing that’s missing now is the overboard

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