Marty McFly fans have long waited to own a pair of shoes that can lace up themselves. Nike came out with such a product late last year. Called the HyperAdapt 1.0, Nike charged $720 a pair for these shoes. It released them in a limited quantity late last year and now the company has brought them back. However, just like last time, availability is going to be extremely limited and they still cost as much as they used to.

Nike HyperAdapt 1.0 has an underfoot lacing mechanism which provides a precise, consistent, and personalized fit every time. The latest iteration of Nike’s self-lacing shoe is being offered in black adorned with the company’s Swoosh in bold university red color.

Those who are interested in picking one up will have to visit NikeTown New York, Nike Chicago, Nike SoHo, The Grove, and Nike San Francisco this weekend. It’s not like they can just walk into the store and purchase a pair.

Those who visit the company’s locations will be able to enter into a draw. It will be the draw that decides whether or not they will get the chance to buy the pair this time around. Nike hasn’t confirmed how many pairs it’s offering up for sale. It hasn’t confirmed if customers who aren’t able to purchase it now will get the chance to do so at some point later this year.

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