While Nike is releasing some half-baked Back to the Future "inspired" shoes, purists know that they aren't the real deal. Sort of looking like the shoes from the movie isn't enough. They need to be the shoes from the movie. Well, here you go: the original prototype shoe built for the movie. It doesn't get much more…
Here are patents Nike filed that prove that they considering making the shoes from Back to the Future II. Michael Maloof of the McFly 2015 movement dug them up yesterday.
Those are the first shots of the newly printed buttons and stickers for the McFly 2015 movement. They're still trying their best to get Nike to issue the never-before-made Sneakers from Back to the Future II. Support the movement, sign the petition. (Video after the jump)
The people over at McFly 2015 were kind enough to send me some stickers and buttons. For those unfamiliar with the campaign, McFly 2015 seeks to pressure Nike into producing the boots Michael J. Fox wears in Back to the Future: Part II. Basically, "Where Are My Shoes?" rather than "Where's My Jetpack?"
The McFly 2015 project is incredibly focused. Its single goal is to entice Nike to produce the paleo-futuristic shoes worn my Michael J. Fox in the movie Back to the Future: Part II. The project was launched in April of 2007 by the Maloof brothers (Michael and Charles). When I emailed them I got a response outlining…
This is a friendly reminder to sign the McFly 2015 project. You know, to convince Nike to build Marty McFly's kicks from Back to the Future II. I've signed because they're cool enough to risk tearing up the space-time continuum with an early release.