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A pair of official licensed light-up size 7 Marty McFly (Michael J. Fox) Nike MAG replica shoes released in 2011 from Robert Zemeckis' sci-fi sequel Back to the Future Part II. Doc Brown (Christopher Lloyd) gave Marty self-lacing shoes when they time-traveled to 2015 Hill Valley.
Designed by Nike shoe veteran Tinker Hatfield, Marty McFly's Nike MAG Shoes are one of the most recognizable Nikes ever made. In 2011, Nike released these licensed, high-top sneaker replicas to benefit Michael J. Fox's Foundation for Parkinson's Research. The shoes were only available through auction and were highly sought after. This pair is a rare U.S. size 7, the same size worn by Fox on set and therefore one of the hardest sizes to find. They are serial number 69 and feature soft gray canvas panels with the Nike swoosh on the side, blue-flecked foam spelling "NIKE MAG" affixed to the heel, and a foam midsole. Both are outfitted with LED lights and an illuminating "NIKE" logo on the ankle strap.
These shoes come unused, new and complete with both their original brown cardboard shipping box and the original neon-yellow shipping box labeled "Magnetic Anti Gravity" and signed by Nike staff members. Included with the shoes are the original accessories: a charger, instruction pamphlet, compact disc, and a miniature DeLorean license plate. The lot remains in excellent overall condition with a functional battery and lights. Dimensions: 18.25" x 17" x 7" (46.5 cm x 43.25 cm x 7.75 cm)
Contains electronic components; see notice in the Buyer's Guide.
Estimate: $8,000 - 10,000
This item comes with a Prop Store Certificate of Authenticity.