Still Want Marty McFly’s Back To The Future II Sneakers? You’re In Luck

The sneakers as they appeared in the 1989 movie. Hoverboard not included.

The sneakers as they appeared in the 1989 movie. Hoverboard not included.

If you have an insatiable desire to dress up how people imagined future fashions would look in the not-so-distant past, then we have some good news for you. Someone is selling replicas of Marty McFly’s velcro high tops from 2015 (as envisioned in 1989), complete with built-in lights and velcro, but sadly sans hoverboard.

The officially licensed BTTF2 sneaks lack the Nike logo and you'll have to tighten the velcro yourself, but boy will you look sharp getting laughed at.

The officially licensed BTTF2 sneaks lack the Nike logo and you’ll have to tighten the velcro yourself, but boy will you look sharp getting laughed at.

The Dissolve points out that you can now buy (supposedly) officially licensed BTTF2 kicks for only about $100 a pair (when they’re back in stock, that is).

Now these aren’t as authentic as the ones that Nike cooked up back in 2011 to benefit the Michael J. Fox Foundation, but you could actually afford to buy these and wear them without worrying about spoiling your investment.

Plus, these come with a USB cord for charging on-the-go… assuming you can pause long enough to stand near an outlet.

And let’s not forget about that collector’s box, which The Dissolve’s Nathan Rabin describes as “the single saddest piece of Back To The Future merchandise in existence,” though I would argue that just about anything from the third BTTF film would fall into that category.