The Nike Adapt BB 2.0 “MAG” is the latest version of Nike’s flagship self-lacing sneaker silhouette, and it pays homage to the pair that started the entire phenomenon. All the way back in 1989, the cult movie Back to the Future II showcased Marty McFly wearing a pair of self-lacing Nike sneakers known as MAGs.
Ever since the film first aired, Nike collectors across the world dreamed of owning MAGs. The dream eventually became a reality for a select few when the sneakers saw an ultra-limited global release, with pairs now selling on the resale market for over £50,000.
If you’ve always dreamed of owning a pair of MAGs but never had that much disposable income, it looks like a solution is on the way. The latest colorway of Nike’s Adapt BB 2.0 self-lacing sneaker is decked out in a MAG-inspired grey and blue look, meaning this could potentially be the most hyped rendition yet.
The uppers are crafted from futuristic technical mesh, while the chunky midsole beneath the feet houses plenty of cushioning alongside the controls to operate the self-lacing technology. Rubber buttons control the loosening and tightening of the sneakers, a feature that’s guaranteed to excite most sneakerheads!
The Nike Adapt BB 2.0 “MAG” is set to release early next month and will no doubt have a relative amount of hype surrounding it. If you’re looking to cop, make sure to keep it locked right here at The Sole Supplier for all the latest news and updates, and while you’re here check out your best look yet at the Union x Air Jordan 4!