‘Nike HyperAdapt 1.0’ Self-Lacing Sneakers To Be Released This December

By Kevin Panganiban , Updated Nov 17, 2016 03:47 AM EST

Most people could only imagine something as futuristic as self-lacing sneakers to come out from the market. But Nike has made it possible with Nike HyperAdapt 1.0 for a few dollars less than what most people would have thought.

Nike has recently confirmed that "Nike HyperAdapt 1.0" that shoppers would have to back $720 to get a pair. The shoes were originally thought to be released on November 28 for $1,000. But it was actually a hundred dollar less than what was expected. This pair of shoes, which was originally modeled after the shoes that Marty Mcfly wears in the movie "Back to the Future." Nike also announced that the self-lacing kicks will be available in the stores on December 1, which is just in time for the holiday season. But if you're one of the chosen few Nike+ app users, then you might get a chance to get a limited access on November 12, Tech Times reported.

According to International Business Times, the "Nike HyperAdapt 2.0" shoes, comes in a sleek, low-top style that is quite similar to Nike's Flyknit series. The sneakers are designed with pressure sensors inside the shoes that quickly respond if your shoe laces need a little tightening. Buttons on both sides also allow the tightness variances to somehow adjust based on the wearer's preference. They're powered by lithium-ion batteries that can last up to two weeks battery life. Light-up LED soles also automatically respond if the shoes' batteries need to be charged. The wearer can simply recharge their device by placing them right on the charging dock.

The "Nike HyperAdapt 1.0" shoes will come in white/black/blue lagoon colorway and white/black/silver colorway which will be available by next month. The Nike HyperAdapt were designed by Nike's CEO Mark Parker and vice president for design and special projects Tinker Hatfield.

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