We spent 7.9 hours reading reviews from experts and users. In summary, this is what sneaker fanatics think:

7 reasons to buy

  • The style-conscious will surely have fun choosing from this model’s several available colorways.
  • Many reviewers just love how conceptually innovative the design of the NikeLab ACG 07 KMTR is.
  • The upper of this model is made of light and water-resistant nylon, and reviewers are happy that it’s so true to its promises of comfort and protection.
  • A pair of this shoe costs at least $150, and buyers are saying that it’s really worth the price given the functional aesthetics and innovation that it brings.
  • This model has received high overall satisfaction scores from buyers who took the risk of copping this entirely new offer from Nike.
  • Several wearers share that the ACG 07 KMTR is among the most comfortable shoes that they have ever worn, one even shared that the insole makes him feel like he’s stepping on memory foam.
  • Many of those who left reviews have expressed willingness to recommend this innovative product to their family, friends, and acquaintances.

2 reasons not to buy

  • One reviewer has complained that the breathability of this sneaker is less than impressive.
  • A reviewer suggested that the tongue should be shaped in such a way that it follows the curvature of the foot so that it doesn’t stick out and ruin the otherwise streamlined silhouette of the NikeLab ACG 07 KMTR.

Bottom line

Sold at $150 per pair, many claim that the NikeLab ACG 07 KMTR is good value for money. Many reviewers love its functionally and aesthetically innovative design that gives it an outdoorsy look that is like no other.

This model is also equipped with comfort technologies that make wearers feel like they’re stepping on memory foam. Specifically made for those who dwell in the concrete jungles of the contemporary world, this surely is a superb shoe for the modern man.


The NikeLab ACG 07 KMTR is a stylish summer shoe for men who traverse the concrete jungles of the modern world day in and day out. It comes in US men’s sizes. From the looks of it alone, one can tell that the shoe has excellent hold and support.

With an upper that is made of waterproof and wear-resistant nylon, the NikeLab ACG 07 KMTR provides protection without the usual weight and volume. This is entirely new for a shoe that is designed for the outdoors where bulk and weight used to be the norm.

Arising from Nike’s lineup of mid-top sneakers, it neatly hugs the figure of the foot, achieving that streamlined look that goes well with any casual outfit. Indeed, this shoe is a friend to those who just don’t want to think much about which clothing item goes best with what.

But that does not mean that the NikeLab ACG 07 KMTR falls short when it comes to attitude. The heavily textured midsole is perhaps the most prominent indication of the atmospheric harshness that the shoe is designed to take. Yes, the shoe is neat and subtle, but it surely stands its ground especially when faced with tempestuous circumstances.

There are a lot of slip-on shoes out there but the NikeLab ACG 07 KMTR’s clever incorporation of a unique system of cords and a buckle-up strap sets it apart from the rest.

The cords can be adjusted by pulling from the back of the shoe. The good old buckle-up strap hugs the instep to provide a more secure fit.

Perhaps there is no doubt in anybody’s mind by now that Nike as a company thrives because of the love for innovation that conveniently dominates their ranks. Through the years, numerous technologies have been put forward to provide comfort without sacrificing style, drawing inspirations from something as mundane as building architecture to things as unlikely as airplanes.

The NikeLab ACG 07 KMTR, for its part, got its light-bulb moment from one of the simplest things there are: brown paper bags. The vine has it that designers behind the ingenious NikeLab creations such as this shoe really wrapped an actual paper bag around a model’s foot to take a good look at what would become the 07 KMTR’s silhouette.

The NikeLab ACG 07 KMTR is made with the modern commuter’s safety and enjoyment in mind. True to Nike ACG’s commitment to provide all-conditions gear, this model is actually the line’s first bid at expanding and proving dominance over the concrete jungles of the contemporary world, especially during the sweltering heat of summer. It is designed in conjunction with ACRONYM’s Errolson Hugh, and his touch of creativity almost ensures for the model the appeal that it needs to capture and continuously engage the market.

Released in the second quarter of 2017, the NikeLab ACG 07 KMTR features a unique system of cords where adjustments are made in the heel area. It also has an instep buckle. These may just be another set of innovations from Nike; but to fans, they may already be hinting quite subtly of what may come next from the ACG line: innovative kicks that require ordinary observers to (what else?) buckle up, unless they want to be blown away.

  • The NikeLab ACG 07 KMTR has a rubber outsole that features a rugged traction pattern that draws inspiration from the pattern found on ACG’s Tallac Flyknit.
  • The Nike Swoosh on the upper is coated with a reflective material, and it serves as an additional safety feature.
Danny McLoughlin
Danny McLoughlin

Danny is a sneakerhead turned sneaker industry expert that believes a good outfit begins from the feet up. His aunt currently isn't speaking to him for wearing a pair of kicks at his cousin's wedding. He spends most of his time trying to keep on top of the latest releases, hitting up his contacts and doing what needs to be done to secure his next pickup. Danny has been featured in prestigious publications such as The Washington Post, The Irish Times, Footwear News and the like.