Nike ACG Okwahn II

Oct 12, 2018

Category: Gear

The last time Nike dropped the ACG Okwahn II was all the way back in 2012 and they’ve had a cult following ever since. Over half a decade later, the classic outdoor-ready shoes are making a comeback, giving hikers and backpackers a stylish stomping option for backcountry journeys.

They have a tan leather upper, durable outsole, black mesh base, perforated forefoot panel, and low-key branding. The famous Swoosh logo doesn’t make an appearance and the only noticeable branding is the ACG triangle sitting on the heel and the tongue. The outdoor-focused shoes are accented with ‘Habanero Red’ and ‘Green Abyss’ on the laces, tongue, and heel for a rugged vibe. The expected release date for these trailblazing shoes is some time in November. There’s no price point available yet, but you can count on this ACG release to be snatched up fast.

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