If you strike out on the Nike Mags...
Nike's first commercially produced self-lacing sneaker, the Nike Hyperadapt 1.0, will be available for purchase on November 28th, via appointment only, likely through the brand's new Nike+ app.
The kicks will initially be available in either black, white or grey, sporting "E.A.R.L" on the tongue which serves as an acronym for Electro Adaptive Reactive Lacing. The "laces" are actually nylon bands which contract and loosen. The blue portion of the midsole lights up for a brief moment when the auto-lacing system is engaged.
Wired recently ran a cover story regarding the much-anticipated, futuristic Nike Hyperadapt 1.0, in which they detailed the process that went into crafting this sneaker and gave an exclusive look inside Nike's heralded Innovation Kitchen.
The price of the Nike Hyperadapt 1.0 is still unknown but given it's innovative nature and self-lacing technology you can understand that they won't come cheap.
For more on Nike's Innovation Kitchen, check out Wired's story right here.