15 Nike ACG Models We’d Like To See Return


Nike’s All Conditions Gear (ACG) line certainly has its fair share of fans and supporters and what better time than fall to take a look at models we’d like to make a comeback. While some of these models may be more recognizable and familiar than others, whether through a recent retro or revamped release, several of these haven’t seen a reboot in OG form since they dropped. We’re sure many individuals have their personal ACG favorites from back in the day so let us know in the comments section below which models we didn’t list you’d like to see hit retail again.

Nike Zoom Air Terra Sertig

Originally Released: 1997

Back in the late ’90s, Nike came out with possibly one of the best ACG hikers/boots of all time by combining a trail runner with a hiking boot. We did see a release of this shoe back in 2012, albeit featuring a 360 Air Max bubble, and we’re sure heads wouldn’t mind to see them return with the original Zoom Air cushioned sole.

Nike Air Wildtrail

Originally Released: 2008

Boasting a rugged outsole that you would expect from any model in the ACG line, the Air Wildtrail made its debut not too long ago back in 2008. Fetauring both breathable mesh and leather on the upper, new iterations of this model were released as recently as 2010.

Nike Wildedge

Originally Released: 2007

A technologically enhanced update of the classic Wildwood, the Wildedge featured speed lacing, a Gore-Tex liner and a one-piece full length tongue-less upper similar to the Free OG.

Nike Air Terra

Originally Released: 1991

Released as a trail running shoe with some exuberant colors, the Air Terra had some interesting features like a deflector shield for example. The fact that it has not yet been retro’ed just makes us yearn for it that much more.

Nike Terra Albis

Originally Released: 1997

The Terra Albis was cooked up by Nike designer Peter Fogg, who has quite a bit of model credits under his belt from the ACG line. This model is a really nice looking shoe and there have been more than a couple solid colorways to release, such as the above black/concord iteration from 2005.

Nike Talaria Boot

Originally Released: 2007

You had the chance to get your hands on the ACG Talaria Boot as recent as 2011 and these low tops are certainly ideal for crisp fall days. Boasting a neoprene tongue and basically the same midsole as the Talaria runner, new colorways for this model are welcome any fall season.

Nike Lava Crest

Originally Released: 1992

The low-top ACG Lava Crest was perfect for any sort of rugged outdoor adventure you could get into in the early ’90s. This model is certainly one of the more lesser known on this list and a fresh update from the team at Nike would introduce this iteration to a whole new audience.

Nike Air Mada

Originally Released: 1994

A rugged boot that became popular with the middle-aged set in the ’90s, the Air Mada was not only great from a functional standpoint, but it was reasonably priced as well. A revamped version of this boot dropped back in 2010, appropriately dubbed the Air Mada 2k10 Hi.

Nike Air Revaderchi

Originally Released: 1992

Dropping in the early ’90s, the Air Revaderchi was part trail runner and part huarache to create a well-rounded sneaker perfect for the outdoors. Aside from featuring a neoprene fitting around the ankle, the toe was also quite supported as well. A couple of the best colorways for this model happen to be Undercover’s two-pack retro collab from 2010.

Nike Pocket Knife

Originally Released: 1998

Just one look at the design of the Nike ACG Pocket Knife and you can see that the model is appropriately named. Unlike most ACG models in that they don’t feature a rugged outsole, the Pocket Knife is a minimal trainer and was maybe best utilized before you began your outdoor adventures.

Nike Air Mowabb

Originally Released: 1991

The crown jewel on this list of Nike ACG models, the Air Mowabb has certainly reached classic status over the years and a retro release true to the original would definitely be a welcome drop any fall season. Designed by who else but Tinker Hatfield, the cream-based upper along with blue and orange accents create the perfect mixture for this unique sneaker and the most popular colorway. Although designed for the rugged trails, the Air Mowabb certainly has street appeal as well and plenty of comfort with its neoprene sock booty.

Nike Air Moc

Originally Released: 1994

The ACG Air Moc is certainly a unique shoe and one you likely wouldn’t pick from a lineup as being a part of the All Conditions Gear canon. Obviously meant to be worn prior or after your outdoor adventure, the OGs featured perforations on the sides and a full-length Air Sole unit. A lot of different iterations have been produced for this slip-on model, including as recent as 2011.

Nike Air Max Superdome Boot

Originally Released: 1991

The Air Superdome Boot had a ton of bells and whistles for a boot in the early ’90s and carried a pretty hefty price tag too. Featuring a full-length visible Air Max unit, reinforced lacing supports and an inside lined with Gore-Tex, you were certainly ballin’ if you had these on your feet back in the day.

Nike Air Escape

Originally Released: 1992

Sporting clean lines and fall-appropriate color schemes, the ACG Air Escape came in both low and high-top forms back in the early ’90s. Heads got a little taste of this fall hiker back in 2010 when Nike released a retro version.

Nike Air Yewtah II

Originally Released: 1993

Obviously the follow-up to the original ACG Air Yewtah, the Air Yewtah II dropped a year later in 1993. Gaining its namesake in relation to the origins of the Air Mowabb, the Yewtah is also similar to the Air Mowabb in that it sports a neoprene ankle liner, although not as pronounced.


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  • Your Dad

    No terra humaras? wassup wit that bs


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