Nike McFly

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Wir erinnern uns: es gab diese Aktion, Nike davon zu überzeugen, doch bitte mal diese futuristischen Autoklettverschluss-Sneaker auf den Markt zu schmeißen.

Nun. Die Gebete wurden erhört:

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[nachtrag] Michael vom McFly2015 Projekt hat sich bei mir gemeldet:

The stuff on Digg (which was re-posted on metafilter and other sites) was not fact checked at all. The shoes are not being released. That’s why there’s an official website of the McFLY 2015 project.

P.S.: The fakes are not sneakers! They’re fakes made by some kid in his mom’s basement.

Also: weiter unterschreiben…

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  1. Michael

    The stuff on Digg (which was re-posted on metafilter and other sites) was not fact checked at all. The shoes are not being released. That’s why there’s an official website of the McFLY 2015 project, http://www.mcfly2015.com

    P.S.: The fakes are not sneakers! They’re fakes made by some kid in his mom’s basement.

  2. egal

    lustige geschichte: war im früheren leben bei einer großen sportgeschäftskette beschäftigt. eine stammkundin, die wir hatten begeisterte uns in regelmäßgen abständen mit geilen nike-protos, die ihr bruder (?), cousin (?) in den staaten für nike entwickelte. darunter auch der gute alte mcfly-schuh. hör grad zum ersten mal von der petition, kann dazu sagen: nike hat mitte der 90er tatsächlich an dem ding gebaut. wie ernst gemeint auch immer das war. aber funktioniert hat’s. sah aber irgendwie strange aus. aber hey: 80er eben …

  3. Mc Fly

    -Wo kann ich diesen Mc Fly Schuh kaufen ?
    Bitte schreibt mit mal ne Email an :

    -Where can I buy shoes Mc Fly?
    Please write with times ne e-mail to:

    kwstantinos@hotmail.de

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