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This Video Is Proof That Colour-Changing Nikes Are A Thing!

Photo: GQ
Photo: GQ
Photo: GQ

Can’t decide on which colour you want your Nike Air Force Ones to be in? Fret no more.

American shoe customiser, Backfist Customs, applied a colour changing technology on this pair of Nikes for your indecisive soul. The technology, which is similar to the Eighties’ Global Hypercolour T-shirts, changes the trainers from purple to blue when they get hot and back to purple once they cool down, as seen in this video.

If shades of blue or purple aren’t quite your thing, these trainers are also available in colours that transform orange to yellow, red to pink and purple to magenta. Each pair costs a whopping $234 (approximately RM1,046) from the online retailer and the service also applies the finish to used trainers.

A little pricey for a pair of trainers but we’re guessing that’s the price you pay for trainers that are one of a kind.


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