These silhouette came in 1985 when Nike wanted to combine a Sport-look with a completely new Streetwear aesthetic. The shoe also introduced the hook-and-loop ankle strap, that we see today in major sneakers like the Air Force 1.
The decision of this color releasing (Burnt Ceramic), and not one of the other original colorways, comes from this being the shoe that character Doctor Brown wore in the movie Back to the Future.
In 2015 dropped the Nike Bruins that Marty Mcfly wears in the same scene and all movie long, and now two years later it is time for the shoe of Doctor Brown. The sneaker is available since Saturday in retailer such as Overkill. Tomorrow is also going to release at 5 pm in the Nike SNEAKRS App.