FirstCuts: Nike Brings Back McFly’s Kicks

Oh sweet joy. Marty McFly’s Nike’s are coming out and we didn’t even have to wait until 2015. ↵

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↵OK, technically, it’s not the original shoe from Back To The Future II with the power laces. The shoe in question is the highly anticipated Nike Hyperdunk , which makes use of Nike’s new Flywire technology. (For more images, visit Marqueesole.com.) Rumors have the release date in August/September, but that’s strictly speculation. The shoe also is rumored to be limited, so you’ll really have to be on your game to get them.  ↵

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↵Just some background on these shoes, in case you wonder why these are a big deal. The shoes Michael J. Fox wore in the 1989 flick have always been something of a cult legend to sneakerheads. It even inspired an online petition site that has been up and running for some time called the McFly 2015 Project. ↵

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↵For more info, visit KixAndTheCity.com. ↵

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This post originally appeared on the Sporting Blog. For more, see The Sporting Blog Archives.

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