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Nike's Self-Lacing 'Back to the Future' Sneaker Is Here and Is Cooler Than You Think Laces? Where we're going, we don't need to tie laces.

By Dan Bova

Sneakerheads of Earth, rejoice!

The Nike Mag, inspired by the self-lacing sneakers Michael J. Fox wore in Back to the Future Part II, are finally a reality and being made available to whoever wants them through an online draw.

Related: Hey, Let's Go for a Walk on Mars

Here's the tough part: there are only 89 pairs of the Nike Mag available. Sneaker hunters will need to cough up $10 per ticket (plus a $1 handling fee), but buy as many tickets as you can afford because here is the truly awesome part: 100 percent of the proceeds will go to the Michael J. Fox Foundation (MJFF) which is working to find a cure for Parkinson's disease.

Enter here and lace up! The draw runs from Oct. 4 through 11.

Dan Bova

Entrepreneur Staff

VP of Special Projects

Dan Bova is the VP of Special Projects at Entrepreneur.com. He previously worked at Jimmy Kimmel Live, Maxim, and Spy magazine. His latest books for kids include This Day in History, Car and Driver's Trivia ZoneRoad & Track Crew's Big & Fast Cars, The Big Little Book of Awesome Stuff, and Wendell the Werewolf

Read his humor column This Should Be Fun if you want to feel better about yourself.

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