Nike had some concept art as well, but it's not very clear.
Were these shoes supposed to have wheels? Maybe they could sue the "Heelies?"
Here we see Marty hanging upside down in his magnetic shoes.
Nike announced that 1500 pairs of these shoes will be auctioned on eBay, nikemag.eBay.com, for a starting bid of $3,300 with all net proceeds going directly to the Michael J. Fox Foundation for Parkinson's Research. The auction ends on September 18 and 150 pairs will be posted on eBay per day for 10 days.
"We wanted to translate the excitement people have for the 'greatest shoe never made' and for the Back to the Future into positive action,” said Mark Parker, CEO of Nike. "But the long term objective is to raise awareness so the Foundation can achieve their goal of eradicating Parkinson’s disease."
Some of the illustrators on the original film were David Jonas and Martin A. Kline.
Would you wear a pair of these amazing shoes?