2016 Nike Mag Sneakers

Oct 5, 2016

Category: Style

The Nike Mag sneaker has been one of those sneakers that everyone knows about and seemingly no one has. Yeah, sure. Maybe you can catch them on the resale market, but only at an extremely hiked-up price. Now, however, everyone has a chance to purchase one of the only 89 sneakers being released for only $10.

The way that the sportswear giant from Portland is making this happen is by essentially selling ten dollar raffle tickets via their Nike+ app or on the dedicated Nike Mag website. Less than 100 of those tickets will be pulled fair and square by the brand on October 11th. Of course, contestants are allowed to tip things in their favor by buying as many tickets as they’d like, thus improving their chances. Sound like a soul-less money grab from a giant company? It couldn’t be further from it. All of the proceeds from the raffling of these boots will be given to Michael J. Fox Foundation to help find a cure to Parkinsons disease. May the odds be ever in your favor. [Purchase]

Nike Mag Hyperadapt 1.0 1

Nike Mag Hyperadapt 1.0 2

Nike Mag Hyperadapt 1.0 3

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