Back to the Future II takes place in 2015, which means there is little time for moving means designers to develop the hoverboard to be fitting with the future as imagined by Robert Zemeckis. Nevertheless, in terms of self-laçantes shoes Marty, we begin to see the end of the tunnel.
In 2011, Nike was marketing the Nike Air Mag sneakers aesthetically very similar to those of the film, and well equipped with an automatic lacing system. But this model was produced only 1,500 copies, to be auctioned as part of a charity. The sneakers purchase prices were through the roof: good for the Michael J. Fox Foundation, but for the general public, it does not really allowed to be equipped.
Universal and the site Halloween Costumes they have the solution to fit as Marty McFly cheaply? Yes and no: if the shoes offered for sale today are very similar to the character and cost only $ 100, they do not incorporate the coolest feature, namely the automatic lacing system. Note also that if there is real shoes, they are conducted on a costume site, which casts doubt on their wear under everyday use ... but from time to time to show off the evening or just complete its panoply time traveler, these futuristic sneakers can do the trick.
Delivery is scheduled for the end of September and Halloween Costumes book in France, provided a few dollars for shipping and possibly customs fees. The note will be higher than 100 basis dollars, but will always be more accessible than the Nike model, which we still find copies on eBay around 8000 dollars ...Edited on 09/17/2014 at 10:53
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