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Nike ACG Air Mowabb Returning in 2015


Following the announcement of the new NikeLab ACG collection, it has been all but confirmed that the highly coveted Nike ACG Air Mowabb will be making a return in 2015. The Tinker Hatfield-designed sneaker made its debut in 1991 and drew inspiration directly from the sportswear giant’s Air Huarache silhouette. The limited edition Quickstrike release follows the Mowabb-inspired iterations of the Air Force 1 CMFT, Dunk High and Huarache Light, and will only be available in very select boutiques around the world – including Shelta, where pre-orders have already sold out.


Air Huarache Light ‘Mowabb’ Size? Exclusive

nike-air-huarache-light-size-exclusive-1size?‘s slew of exclusive drops continue as a classic Nike colorway is repurposed for the Air Huarache Light. Inspired by the canyons and natural landscape of the Moab in Utah, the signature ACG colourway is applied admirably on the classic Nike runner with hues of blue and burnt sand all highlighted by the use of orange. The size? exclusive Nike Air Huarache Light drops on Friday, October 31 at 8am GMT (4am EST) with a retail price of £90, herenike-air-huarache-light-size-exclusive-2 nike-air-huarache-light-size-exclusive-3 nike-air-huarache-light-size-exclusive-4 nike-air-huarache-light-size-exclusive-5

Nike ACG Wildwood


First dropping in 1988, the ageless Air Wildwood ACG by Nike has been re-released in a new colour way. Designed to withstand tough training conditions, the Air Wildwood features leather and suede uppers, a polyurethane Footframe, a perforated toe box, swoosh branding and a front mud guard. Available from Concept by Cruise HERE



Size? x Nike Urban Safari Pack



size? looks to Nike’s late ’80s legacy and footwear history for inspiration in their upcoming retailer exclusive Urban Safari Pack. Counting several different elements of Nike such as ACG and the seminal Air Safari, Lava High and Mowabb, an upcoming collection takes these inspirations and applies them appropriately via two initial releases involving the Air Max Light and Toki. The pack’s colorways include ‘desert sand/hyper blue/total crimson’ and ‘black/poison green/pink’ with a release date set for Friday, June 7. The Air Max Light is priced at £100 and £65 for the Toki

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Fragment Design x Nike Sportswear Air Magma

Fragment Design’s latest handy work is a collaboration with none other than Nike Sportswear on an exclusively designed Air Magma. Reworking the ACG classic model, only a few subtle changes were made. Catching the eyes on first glance are the yellow side zippers, which have never been done on Air Magma before. Apart from that, the grey suede uppers, white midsoles and black outsoles balance each other effortlessly. Perforated inner lining is also another nice touch, as are the white speckled shoe laces that lighten up the exterior.

Nike ACG Air Moc 1.5 Winter 2011

New from Nike ACG comes a solid and versatile colorway of one of their quirkier shoes: the Air Moc 1.5. Combining aesthetics from ACG and sportswear models, the Air Moc is a rather futuristic-looking slip-on bootie comprised out of a textured neoprene upper and complete with a thick, white sole and high-tech details throughout. As a 2011 Fall release, the kicks will be available soon. LINK

Nike ACG Moc

Nike has unveiled a new version of their slip-on Air Moc as part of their ACG collection. The Nike Air Moc ACG Edition pairs a rubber sole with a quilted leather upper for relaxed refinement. The ACG logo is front and center at the tongue pull-tab, and the sock-liner features adjustable cinches at the heel if the sneaks have to become serious exercise gear in a pinch. The casual slip-on has been given a rugged rubberized sole for use outside of the house, and will be available in 2011 in black and white versions.

Nike Air Wildwood Trail Athletics Pack

I love these. Everything from it’s shape, colour and material selection looks spot on. I haven’t seen this on a US/EU shop site here, so in the meantime, you have to with the ever interesting Rakuten

Size? x Nike Lunar 180 ACG

Size? has been celebrating its 10th anniversary with enviable style– i.e., special multiple collaborations with some of the biggest names in the footwear field. After a few highly coveted releases with Converse and adidas Originals, next up is another release from the sneaker connoisseur’s continued partnership with Nike, and this time around, the canvas of choice is the Nike Lunar 180 ACG. The model of choice is one of Nike’s most interesting hybrids, combining the OG 180 mould with ACG Air Terra colourway from 1991, fused with NASA-developed Lunarlon technology. The sneaker features the OG Air Terra colourway of purple accents with Nike Torch, pink Swoosh, bright orange accents and speckled Lunar midsole. The collaborative kicks will be hitting Size? on November 5 at a limited run of 250 pairs. Be quick here to purchase

Nike ACG Autumn Winter 2010

Nike ACG drops a couple of new colorways in its classic Air Moc. The shoes take on herringbone uppers in black and beige, with leather accents coming on the heel and pulltab. Hiking style adjustable pulls amongst subtle Nike branding pull the look together nicely