Nike Colorful “ACG Pack” Tipped to Release This Saturday

Nike Colorful “ACG Pack” Tipped to Release This Saturday

Update 01.10.20 // A fifth pair has joined the pack — a black-based Air Force 1 Low — and it brings with it a release date. That pair is arriving this Saturday, January 11th at select Swoosh stockists globally. The other pairs will likely release alongside it, but we’re yet to confirm this with any retailers. Until more news surfaces, take a peep at the pairs from the pack further below, and keep it locked on HOUSE OF HEAT for updates.

Update 12.25.19 // A fourth pair has now joined Nike’s ACG-inspired footwear pack, with an Autumn-inspired Air Max 95 Winter utility the latest to surface. It joins the Air Force 1 Low, Air Maz 270 React and React Element 55 (all covered further below). Stay tuned for further updates, including a confirmed release date and more additions, should there be any.



Update 12.20.19 // In addition to the previously-previewed Air Force 1 Low “ACG” (below) comes two more additions to the collection, an Air Max 270 React and React Element 55. Each comes complete with similarly-designed insoles, retro “Hike Nike” hangtags, and vibrant and earthy color palettes. Take a peep at all three pairs along with the OG writeup below!



OG Post 12.17.19 // For over 40 years, Nike has been getting your ass outside, from the track to the mountain, to the streets. These days, the focus is predominately on the lifestyle market, but the Beaverton-based brand never forgets its roots. One of the early markets that blew up for Nike was it’s ACG (All Conditions Gear) lineage, which housed a family of rugged outdoor footwear and apparel in atypical color palates. It was this juxtaposition that helped the brand not only stand out but flourish. These days, the landscape has changed, with footwear categories converging at rapid rates. This isn’t one of those, though — this Air Force 1 Low “ACG” hasn’t been retooled for treacherous trials, it merely pays tribute to the storied history of the cult-classic crep line.

It achieves it in two ways; color and material. Classic ACG textiles like ripstop and suede play big roles, while traditional Air Force 1 leather plays a minor role on the Swooshes and heel overlays. Color is the championing factor, with signature ACG ethos of an earthy base popped with vibrant colors — in this case, pink, orange and purple. Flecked laced add an extra element of homage, and, if you hadn’t recognized the link by now, the pair is completed with vintage Hike Nike character hangtags.


Take in a detailed look at the Nike “ACG” Pack below — and with all three pairs expected to hit Nike.com over the coming weeks, you’ll wanna keep your eyes locked on our dedicated Nike Release Dates Calendar and our Twitter feed for further updates.

Nike Air Force 1 Low “ACG”

Style Code: CD0887-001
Release Date: January 11th, 2020 [TBC]

Where to Buy:
Nike.com




Nike Air Force 1 Low “ACG”

Style Code: CU3007-061
Release Date: January 11th, 2020 [TBC]

Where to Buy:
Nike.com




Nike Air Max 95 Winter Utility “ACG”

Style Code: CI3670-600Release Date: January 11th, 2020 [TBC]

Where to Buy:
Nike.com




Nike React Element 55 “ACG”

Style Code: CI9593-002
Color: Black/Mineral Cyan/Voltage Purple/Rising Pollen Yellow
Release Date: January 11th, 2020 [TBC]

Where to Buy:
Nike.com




Nike Air Max 270 React “ACG”

Style Code: CU3014-181
Color: Light Mahogany Brown/Sail/White/Khaki/Orange Red
Release Date: January 11th, 2020 [TBC]

Where to Buy:
Nike.com

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