Published on July 18, 2019 by
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When Nike released the Adapt BB, the improved (and mid-top) self-lacing shoes we decided to make our Marty McFly dreams a reality and got our friend Taylor Nawrocki to see if the newest version of self-lacing shoes were really any better than the old bulksters. He linked up with “The Doc” (Alex Raspa) to try out of the newest shoe gimmick from the future.

Filmed by: Richard Quintero & Alex Raspa

Edited by: Richard Quintero

MORE INFO: http://www.jenkemmag.com/home/2019/07/18/taylor-nawrocki-goes-back-future-skate-self-lacing-shoes/

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