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Kid Cudi Shows Off Nike Air Mag 2011

Submitted by on September 28, 2011 – 10:19 am5 Comments
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While the eBay auctions for the Nike Air Mag 2011 may have come to a close, the novelty of seeing these in public is sure to prevail. It seems as if it were mere weeks ago that we reported the kicks Marty McFly wore during the 1989 cult classic Back To The Future II would actually see production—and that’s because it was just weeks ago. A total of 1,510 pairs were auctioned off, and through a benevolent matching program headed by Google co-founder Sergey Brin, Nike helped to raise over $4 million for Parkinson’s research. While the cause is far and away the most important aspect of the release, the thrill comes when the Nike Air Mag is charged, strapped on, and illuminated, and that’s just what Scott Mescudi aka Kid Cudi did the other night.

Arm in arm with his How To Make It In America co-stars, Bryan Greenberg and Victor Rasuk, Kid Cudi stole the show with his extremely crisp pair of Nike Air Mags. While Cudi isn’t the first celebrity to have publicly worn his rare pair of air, as previously reported he’s got four pairs to choose from. Cudder was celebrating his latest cover on Complex magazine, and if that wasn’t enough to turn you green with envy, thinking about four pairs of Nike Air Mags stacked up at home should do the trick. With another album on the way, and How To Make It In America season 2 set to launch this Sunday, one can espect to see a lot more of the Man on The Moon and his Air Mags around the Interweb. Check out the party pics and live vicariously below.

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