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Nike's "HyperAdapt 1.0" self-lacing shoe is making smart shoes the hottest kicks on the market. Although there'll be plenty of sneakerheads aching to score their own pair, Nike engineers dreamed up this expensive tech with folks who can't necessarily tie their own shoes in mind.

That's where hit YouTuber Casey Neistat steps in. After an exciting unboxing and performance test, Casey announces he's going to give away the brand-new $700 shoes to someone in need!

Do you know someone who'd benefit from a pair of HyperAdapt sneakers?

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