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Marty McFly’s Self-Lacing Shoes Become Reality (For Public Sale!)

Michael J Fox already got a pair from Nike last year to celebrate us reaching 2015 (aka The Future) but the HyperAdapt 1.0 shoes will finally be ready for public sale on November 28. The laces don’t actually tie as such, but rather tighten. Also, the traditional thick flat laces you see at the top […] The post Marty McFly’s Self-Lacing Shoes Become Reality (For Public Sale!) appeared first on Geeks are Sexy Technology News.
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