Just 89 pairs of the auto-lacing Nike Mag sneaker are set to become available via an online draw later this month, but those of us who miss out will at least now be able to slap them all over our iMessage chats.

It's admittedly very small compensation for not bagging the real thing, but Nike has just launched a free Mag sticker pack over at the iTunes store. It's also worth remembering that everything surrounding the futuristic sneaker is all in a bid to raise awareness for Parkinson's disease.

The stickers can only be sent to friends on the messaging platform, but the pack also includes a wide variety of other fun stuff aside from the shoes themselves, including the iconic Nike Swoosh and other MAG illustrations.

Head over to the iTunes store to download now. You can take part in the draw to win the shoes here — winners will be chosen on October 17.

In other sneaker news, here’s your first look at COMME des GARÇONS and NikeLab’s VaporMax.

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