Back to the Future II gave us an awesome glimpse of the future where trainers automatically laced themselves.
What the films left out, however, was that those trainers would cost you £800 a pair.
But if you ve got a bit of Lego lying around at home, you can give any shoe self-lacing powers on the cheap.
Vimal Patel combined two of his greatest passions when designing his own self-lacing shoes: playing with Lego, and not paying Nike £800 for a pair of its new HyperAdapt 1.0 trainers.
They re passions the rest of us probably share too, which is why Patel documented the creation of his self-lacing shoes so others can take a shot at building their own.
You ll just need access to a Dremel and a hot glue gun before you can strap on these fresh kicks.