Nike revealed that more auto-lacing sneakers are on the way during its fiscal Q4 2017 earnings call. According to the transcript, the Nike Hyperadapt 2.0 will deliver "new forms in adaptive technology."

The concept was introduced all the way back in 1989 through the Nike Mag, as seen in Back to the Future Part II, and has been a part of Nike lore ever since. The shoe never actually came out until 2011, and it was October of 2016 before a pair (89 pairs, to be exact) with functional auto-lacing dropped, via charity raffle

The concept finally saw a wider release in late-2016 when the Nike Hyperadapt hit retail. While still limited, the sneaker has seen a handful of releases since, albeit at a steep $720 retail price. 

While there is no release information on this new model yet, there is some good news. According to the report, the Nike Hyperadapt 2.0 will hit at "more accessible price points."