Designed by Nike’s Tinker Hatfield, the ACG Air Mowabb made its debut back in 1991. According to some this was the greatest shoe ever released under the ACG label
With the Zoom Terra Kiger Nike introduced a sturdy yet flexible trail running shoe. After the first two popular releases, the third installment is about to makes its entrance to the running shoe market
Nike recently released the Nike Lunar Fresh SneakerBoot collection that is also comprised of this light ash grey colorway. This sneakerboot model is Nike’s newest hybrid design featuring Dynamic Flywire technology on top of a speckled Lunarlon midsole. Are these boots made for walking? They certainly are if you’re into some lightweight hiking on moderate terrains. Available at atmos Sportslab.
Conquer trails in these vibrant Nike Zoom Terra Kiger trailrunning shoes. The relatively minimal upper and forefoot cushioning not only provide you with a great fit but also comfort on your offroad runs. The Terra Kiger 2 answers athletes feedback with a more stable heel to reduce the risk of slipping. A slightly firmer underfoot foam and rubber ensure improved durability and protection on and from the trail. Also the Burrito tongue creates a slipper-like fit. All in all, this is one rugged update of a rugged trailer.
The Nike Stasis ACG Men’s Boot is made with WaterShield technology and French terry fabric to help keep your feet dry and comfortable wherever you go on a hike.
The Okwahn II is a more streamlined version of Nike’s staple ACG shoe, the Air Okwahn ACG. Like the original, this modern take on the model has been designed with function in mind, with added detailing such as a reinforced heel and toe-box , rope laces and heel pull. With all ACG product, a rugged, outdoor aesthetic is a major part in the design, and the Okwahn II is no different. This limited edition Quickstrike version is available now at Hanon. · · · ◊ ◊ ◊ · · ·
Japanese designer Jun Takahashi is a master of combining function with design. This year’s Nike Gyakusou F/W running collection is yet again a union of mind, body and nature. A blend of traditional Japanese tones. It marks their fifth collaborative range with Nike
Just a few months ago Nike re-released its 14 years old classic ACG Okwahn II in two colorways. Luckily we have four seasons in a year and Nike delivers fresh new colorways for this Fall. The Nike ACG Okwahn II will have you jumping up and down the hiking trails like a true king of the outdoors. Rough, rugged and raw!
The Nike Air Magma was originally released in 1988 and is a true classic. And like a true classic it stays on top of things and emerges from time to time.
The Nike Lava Dunk Premium is more like a hybrid than a true hiker. Still if you’re not wandering around in total wilderness but still need a rugged shoe to get you through the lighter trails, than this Nike Sportswear release might do you good.
The Nike ACG Lava Dunk High, a spinoff of the original and iconic Dunk High, already debuted last year as part of the Athletics Far East collection. This year it will make its return in two colorways consisting of a white/green and a beige/royal blue version
The Magma was originally inspired by a 1978 expedition by two men who set out to climb K-2, the second highest mountain in the world after Mount Everest. The climbers wanted something more lightweight to make them move faster so they decided to return to base camp wearing Nike LDV runningshoes.