One of the original Nike Air Mags that was worn by Marty McFly in the 1989 movie Back to the Future Part II has just been auctioned off and you won’t believe how much it sold for.
Considered by many sneakerheads one of Nike’s “grails”, the shoe was designed by Tinker Hatfield and is uniquely known for its self-lacing shoe-laces, blinking neon lights, and futuristic look.
The shoe was sold by eBay seller Shoezeum for a whopping $92,100 and as you can see from the images above, the shoe isn’t even wearable as it has deteriorated on the midsole due to age. Who knew that a sneaker from 1989 could sell for this crazy amount of money. How much would you pay for a piece of Hollywood/sneaker history?
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