Nike Mag 2011 – Back 4 The Future | Behind The Scenes
In conjunction with the release of the Nike Mag 2011, Nike created a “lost” episode from the Back To The Future saga, where Doc Brown mistakenly arrives four years earlier than intended to the year 2011. On the night of September 8th, 2011, Doc encounters the Nike Mag 2011, but unfortunately the power-lace system wasn’t developed at the time. The lost episode starred Christopher Lloyd, Bill Hader, Kevin Durant, and Tinker Hatfield and added even more ‘cool factor’ to the geeked out excitement surrounding the Nike Mag 2011 and the Back To The Future saga. Sneaker News now brings you a Behind The Scenes look at the making of the episode; this video features commentary from Michael J. Fox, Mark Parker, Tinker Hatfield, Christopher Lloyd, Kevin Durant, and Bill Hader, discussing the excitement and significance behind this legendary project. For the younger readers out there who might be unable to comprehend the importance of this event: the Nike Mag 2011 release is a once-in-a-generation opportunity even for a brand as progressive as Nike is. Continue reading for the full video and chime in with your thoughts, and to bid on a pair of these iconic Nikes, head to www.nikemag.ebay.com.
TO ALL WHO WANT THESE SHOES KEEP YOUR EYES ON THE CELEBS THAT ARE JUST SUPPORTING THE CAUSE AND GETTING THE SHOES FOR THEIR DONATION THEY ARE SUPPORT A GREAT CAUSE AND A FRIEND IN MICHEAL J. FOX THEY CAN CARE LESS ABOUT THE SHOES AND WILL MOST LIKELY GIVE THEM AWAY...THE CEO OF MY COMPANY IS PLANING DONATING (BIDDING) THEN RESELLING AND DONATING TO ANOTHER CHARITY HE HASN'T WORE A PAIR OF SNEAKER OTHER THAN FOR WORKING OUT IN 20YRS LIKE MOST DONATORS (BIDDERS) THE SHOES WILL BECOME A REALITY FOR SOME IS YOU KNOW A DONATOR WHO HAS NO NEED FOR THEM...
i have EVERY reason to buy these shoes....AMAZING once in a life dream come true AND it goes to a cause that is very commendable. looks like ima be saving up for 2015 when we get the auto lacing..lol.
RealTalk is right in the fact that these WILL drop in price..maybe not significantly enough where the average joe can buy them on a whim, but they wont be selling for 10's of thousands like you saw only with a handful of pairs on this first 24 hours of auctioning. The fact that these don't "power lace" is still a big downer which was the main draw for the shoes to begin with. The cardboard plutonium look a like box they came with was even a disappointment. Had the case been made as an actual mini version of the plutonium case, it would have made a much nicer presentation granted the impact of this shoe among pop culture since it's debut in BTTF II. Overall the shoe is iconic and the price they have been fetching for thus far although ridiculous is worthy of the cause they were made for. Although this once " dream " shoe for sneaker fanatic's world wide has now become our reality....the lack of the signature " power lacing " technology has once again placed it back into the depths of our minds where we sleep at night dreaming that one day we WILL see the the real McCoy........in 2015.....( Music keys in..That's the power of love...by Huey Lewis & The News)
the price on mags will drop in like 3 days i dunno why theyre up to 1000$ #datshitcray when in 3-4 days theyre gonna realize that its not that limited. there are 1500 pairs yes 1500 thats not a small number its not 74 like undftd fours and maverick flightposites which go for 5000 average and theres more of these then there are all 3 cws of the air yeezys and theres still 10 days to be one of 150 to get these that price hopefully will drop cause we need to get our hands on these ASAP i mean the shit is fuckin ridiculous -RT
its still money coming out of my pocket right? its spending, cuz i get the kicks in return for the "donation" if you will...idont care what the money goes to, thats too much for sneakers. would you donate a few grand to research with or without getting some dope kicks for it? i doubt it...
Yeah, it's all about what people's morals are. My dad probably gives more money to charity than he spends on material possessions for my entire family. Giving to those less fortunate who are without the kind of opportunities he has been given in his life is something he feels is the right thing to do.
If I see another post about the same pair of shoes that a normal person will never be able to have my head will pop