Video: Kevin Durant Stars In New Nike MAG “Marty McFly” Shoe Commercial

I’m not a shoe person so I’m not hyped about the new Nike MAG “Marty McFly” sneakers. But Kevin Durant seems to hyped about them. Durant stars in a commercial advertising the shoes along side Saturday Night Lives’s Bill Hader and Christopher Lloyd, who played Doc in the “Back to the Future” movies.

Below is the commercial from

Here’s some information about the shoes, which is schedule to be released in 2015:

Based on an original movie prop used in Back to the Future Part II, the 2011 Nike MAG shoes have been entirely rebuilt and perfected.

They feature an electroluminescent outsole, space-age materials and a rechargeable internal battery good for 3,000 hours.

And while they are not recommended for playing sports, these highly limited shoes will very likely command attention wherever they are worn.

Guess we won’t be seeing Durant wearing them on the court.

For 10 days, 150 pairs of 2011 Nike MAG shoes will be auctioned off on ebay. The auction began Sept. 8 so you still have time. All net proceeds from the auction sales of the shoes will go directly to The Michael J. Fox Foundation for Parkinson’s Research.

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