Only 1,500 pairs were released which soon after were being sold on eBay for as much as several thousand dollars. But despite a limited amount and a highprice, the shoes were missing the “power laces” function that made them so interesting inthe movie.
Since “Back to the Future Part II” take place in the year 2015, Sole Collector reached out to Nike designer Tinker Hatfield and asked if the company is planning to release the shoes again next year, but this time with the “power laces.”
“To that, I say YES!,” replied Hatfield.
How unbelievably excited would you be to own a pair of these for personal use? Would you buy more than one pair? (I would) How much do you think something like this is going to wind up hurting our wallets?
I simply don’t care, I need this….for reasons.