With the date given in the original Back to the Future II film coming closer, many have suspected that Nike would be releasing something later this year, yet we have not gotten any confirmation so far… that is until today. It looks like a former art director at advertising agency Wieden+Kennedy in Portland might be giving us the first look at a functioning version of Nike’s long promised Back to the Future II powerlace Nike Air MAG. Wieden+Kennedy has been working many years with Nike and is partly responsible for getting Nike to where it is today through great advertising. Max Erdenberger posted a picture of himself holding the shoe, with the simple caption: “October 21, 2015.” Since October 21, 2015 is the year that Marty McFly travels to in the movies, that release date makes perfect sense. We will of course keep you posted.
October 21, 2015 pic.twitter.com/uOCp5L8BXz
— Max Erdenberger (@thebetamax) September 9, 2015