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Automatic shoe Nike Mag release in limited edition for Michael J. Fox Foundation

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Tinuku ~ Nike Mag automatically designed to tighten own shoe. Sports brand Nike to produce limited edition sports shoes boots backed technology tighten automatically after foot inserted.

Shoes such as appearing in the movie character Marty McFly in 1985 starring Michael J. Fox, now Nike released the 89 pairs shoes to support Fox Foundation raises funds and awareness for Parkinson's disease.

Tinuku Automatic shoe Nike Mag release in limited edition for Michael J. Fox Foundation

Tinuku.com Automatic shoe Nike Mag release in limited edition for Michael J. Fox Foundation

High boots using fast motor sensor to tighten elastic cords when responding pressure. Tightening can also be adjusted only using button. Other controls are lights to indicate how much rest of wireless rechargeable battery.

Nike design since 2005, but only now integrate the technology needed. Mags prototype version presented to Fox on October 21, 2015 as reminder the trip McFly in movie.



www.Tinuku.com Automatic shoe Nike Mag release in limited edition for Michael J. Fox Foundation

Tinuku Automatic shoe Nike Mag release in limited edition for Michael J. Fox Foundation

Shoes help anyone who having trouble with rope from pregnant women to people with Parkinson's. Nike Mags 2016 released in limited edition only 89 pairs, majority in US and Canada through digital process. The entry fee of US$10 per ticket and 100% will be donated to Michael J. Fox Foundation.

"The idea behind Nike Mag open something much bigger at Nike. We down road product innovation also opened eyes to counteract some biggest challenges in the world. We feel privileged for opportunity to raise awareness more to fight Parkinson's," says Mark Parker, CEO of Nike.

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