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NIKE To Release Back To The Future Shoes?

MSN - The second installment of the "Back to the Future" franchise took movie-goers to 2015, and Nike might be planning to make one high-tech prediction from that movie come true a few years early. Nope, not flying cars. Instead, Nike could be planning to release a replica of the self-lacing sneakers Marty McFly wore in "Back to the Future II."

The release of the Air MAG isn't official, but Nike has sent out some pretty heavy-handed hints.

First, Frank Marshall, one of the original producers of the movies, tweeted that a big announcement was coming, followed by a hashtag with the initials "BTTF."

Next, Nike sent out an invite for a press event today that hints the Air MAG might be coming. Finally, and most convincingly, Marshall tweeted again, saying we'd all "need a lot of hover boards," followed by a link to the YouTube video below, which quite obviously contains a room packed with Nike Air MAG shoes. The video was uploaded by DocEmmettBrown88 and includes explanatory text that reads: "If I didn't know any better, I'd say that looks like shelves and shelves of 2011 Nike MAG shoes."

It doesn't get much more obvious than that.

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