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Nike To Launch Air Presto 'Greedy' Sneakers Soon.

For those who were not able to grab a pair of the ultra-exclusive Nike Mags "Back to the Future" self-tying sneakers, there's no real need to fret.

The sneaker giant will be launching its wildly successful Nike Air Presto "Greedy" kicks Saturday, Oct. 29. And with the debut right ahead of the highly anticipated Apple Watch Nike+ smartwatches, consumers should actually have a good chance at nabbing a pair of the Air Prestos when they hit shelves.

The Air Prestos, which will feature multi-colorway neoprene uppers, first debuted back in 2000. When the sneakers first debuted, they were the first pair of Nike sneakers to introduce "the most colorways for a single launch," ( according to Nike. This iteration of the sneakers nods to the colorways of previous Nike Air Presto sneaker styles. The paneling and tongue all sport a different hue and come with black laces.

The "Greedy" kicks are a follow-up release to the iconic release of Nike's Air Max 95 "Greedy" shoes from 2015, ( according to Sneaker Bar Detroit. The Air Max 95s debuted in four original colorways.

To prep for launch day, Nike disclosed some of its launch tips to ensure that fans can get their hands on a pair of the kicks before they sell out. The apparel giant suggested creating a Nike+ account and checking back in on the website periodically, as new product launches include the full list of launch details for each item.  

Shoppers can buy the shoes ( online or at select retailers. It likely requires logging on early, though, as Nike will put online shoppers "in line" and check them out in order.

Nike will be unveiling the new Nike Air Presto "Greedy" mismatched sneakers in Star Blue/Black/Pine Green/Orange Blaze at 10 a.m. EDT. Available men's will run from sizes 6 through 14, and each pair will retail for $130.

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Date:Oct 25, 2016
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