• This Air Huarache Utility Sports A Color Scheme Inspired By The Nike Mowabb

This Air Huarache Utility Sports A Color Scheme Inspired By The Nike Mowabb

€158.00

€69.99

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€158.00

€69.99

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Mens Shoes
EUUKUSCM
406725
417826
428927
4391028
44101129
45111230
46121331
47131432
48141533
Womens Shoes
EUUKUSCM
352522
363623
374724
385825
396926
4071027
4181128
Womens Clothing
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UK4-66-88-1010-1212-1414-1616-18
France3434-3636-3838-4040-4242-4444-46
Italy36-3838-4040-4242-4444-4646-4848-50
US22-44-66-88-1010-1212-14
Mens Clothing
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UK343638-4042-4446-4850-52
IT444648-5052-5456-5860-62
France283032-3436-3840-4244-46
Details
The Nike ACG sneakerboot line has quite a rich history. It was back in the early 1980s, when Nike was releasing colorways of models like Approach, Lava Dome and Magma, that the basic foundation for the Nike ACG range had been laid. Nike had officially announcedthe ACG concept back in 1989. With the ACG, Nike introduced a silhouette that was designed to be worn in the great outdoors but was still targeting sports performance. Nike used rugged materials for the ACG releases, which came in nature- and outdoor-themed colorways. The latest colorway of the Air Huarache Utility that Nike has revealed seems to borrowing from past ACG color palettes.Even though Nike ACG releases looked aggressive, they were always extremely comfortable. An ACG model worth mentioning would perhaps be the Mowabb, which was designed to have neoprene sock linings and be remarkably ventilated. Back it then and even today, it makes sense why the ACG releases became so successful. They were shoes that could be worn while hiking and rock climbing, so they were definitely rugged enough to last on the streets. Interestingly enough, just about every ACG release that still exists today has aged rather well. Lava Dome and Wildwood releases from back in the days look like Nike just dropped them rece...
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