Nike’s Classic Ultra-Comfy Campground Sneaker Gets Upgraded For 2020

Dec 9, 2019

Category: Gear

Although Nike has been at the forefront of performance footwear innovation for about as long as they’ve been a company, they’re also smart enough to know that not everyone is running marathons all day long. In fact, sometimes we’re all just looking for a comfy sneaker in which we can relax and take a load off — especially after a long day of activity. That’s why they’ve revived a design from 1994 and updated it for the modern day with the Nike ACG Moc 3.0

Originally released in 1994, the Nike ACG Moc was specifically created for a little rest and relaxation at the campsite. This modern take still has that same spirit, but in an upgraded, more streetwear-friendly format. That includes a Footscape-inspired chassis, Nike Solarsoft cushioning, and an asymmetrical slip-on upper. The initial release includes a cheetah colorway available exclusively at Union’s LA and Japan retail stores on December 9th, 2019 and other colorways will release globally on January first via Nike’s website.

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