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The Nike Acmi is a unisex shoe that is offered in sizes 6 to 15 for men and 5 to 12 for women. Half sizes are also available for a more accurate fit. Users with slightly wide feet can freely loosen or tighten the laces to their liking.

Offered in a low-top profile, the Nike Acmi is great for a wide variety of casual and sporty outfits. Men can wear this kick with black jogger pants, a printed T-shirt, and a hooded jacket. Ladies can use this with their favorite pair of leggings and a cute tank top.

This running-inspired sneaker also looks great with skinny jeans, straight-leg pants, and denim shorts.

This modern-looking kick features a synthetic mesh upper for breathable comfort and lightweight support. It sits on top of a dual-fusion midsole and outsole, which provides excellent cushioning with every step.  

The Nike Acmi also comes with a plush padded collar and a softer foam underfoot. To complete its contemporary look, this sneaker is equipped with synthetic overlays on the toe and eyestays for enhanced durability.

Formerly known as Blue Ribbon Sports, Nike is a household name when it comes to athletic shoes, apparel, and accessories all over the world. It was founded in 1964 by Bill Bowerman and Phil Knight. The company was later renamed as Nike, Inc. sometime in 1978.  

Despite its success in the athletic shoe arena, Nike has expanded its horizon by covering the athleisure and lifestyle shoe markets. One of its sportswear-inspired shoes is the Nike Acmi. Taking inspiration from running shoes, this kick has a futuristic look and packed with comfort features to keep the foot happy all day long.

  • The Nike Acmi is fitted with a comfortable sockliner for added in-shoe comfort.

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Danny McLoughlin
Danny McLoughlin

Danny is a sports nut with a particular interest in football and running. He loves to watch sports as much as he loves to play. Danny was lead researcher on RunRepeat and The PFA’s report into Racial Bias in Football Commentary. His football and running research has been featured in The Guardian, BBC, New York Times and Washington Post.