The Original Nike Bruin Is Back

A throwback to March 18, 1972.

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Back on October 21 of last year Nike celebrated “Back to the Future Day” with a special release of the Bruin — the kicks Marty McFly wore in the original Back to the Future. Now NSW is revisiting the silhouette in honor of its March 18, 1972 debut. Built to OG specifications, the clean low-top echoes the look of the Back to the Future release, but eschews red accents in favor of “Photo Blue” and also dons a branding badge on the tongue.

Complete with a full-grain leather upper and cup sole construction, the Bruin OG is available now as a limited edition Quickstrike from spots like HAVEN.

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