Nike ACG Ruckel Ridge Hiking Boots

Jun 12, 2018

Category: Gear

It’s rare to find footwear that’s robust enough to tackle woodland trails, yet also fashionable enough for your everyday life. Well, Nike ACG’s got you covered with their Ruckel Ridge Go Outside Boots, ensuring that you’ll be ready for any terrain.

Don’t let the stylish design fool you because these boots are trek-ready with pressure-absorbing Poron Foam, a GravelRockMoss System to help upgrade your traction, a 4D Fit Mesh upper, as well as a speed-lacing system. In these boots, you can trek hundreds of miles thanks to the multi-density and hybrid-traction performance outsole, allowing you to comfortably conquer any expedition on foot. For the right amount of ground sensitivity, which isn’t common in most hiking boots, the ACG Ruckel Ridge is constructed with a stretchable, high shock-absorbing foam. These all-terrain boots are a must if you constantly bounce back and forth between the city and the peaks.

Purchase: $200

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