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A pair of Nike's 'Back to the Future' self-lacing sneakers could only cost you $10

Just a month after announcing the sale date for its HyperAdapt sneakers, Nike is offering fans another pair of self-lacing kicks — except these ones are straight from Back to the Future.  SEE ALSO: Nike officially unveils self-lacing 'Back to the Future' sneakers The company has announced a lottery in which nearly 100 pairs of a limited-edition version of the hightop Nike Mag sneakers, fashioned after the self-lacing shoes from the classic film, will be given to a number of lucky sneaker heads.
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