Who should buy the Nike ACG Air Revaderchi

This Nike sneaker is a good match for you if:

  • You want a shoe that features a combination of suede and mesh for extreme support
  • You are after a sneaker with a neoprene collar and sock to keep things nice and plush
  • You prefer a shoe with a full-ankle lacing system for enhanced lockdown and protection

Nike ACG Air Revaderchi Logo

Style of the Nike ACG Air Revaderchi

Nike has always had a penchant for designing and coming up with sneakers that captivate and demand attention. The Nike ACG Air Revaderchi holds a design that is truly unique and a sight to behold. It’s got three colorways that one can choose from.

Nike ACG Air Revaderchi Midsole

For fans of the color red, the shoe comes in a nice gym red, and habanero red, colors that give the sneaker a boost in its look. For a more robust yet straightforward color option, the Air Revaderchi also comes in a tonal black. But it doesn’t stop there, as the sneaker comes in one more color with granite dominating it this time, accented by shades of black and red. All in all, some might consider the options limited, but the great choices speak for themselves.

Nike ACG Air Revaderchi Laces

As for styling, the sneaker, goes very well with activewear, as was the intention when it was first made much like any other hiking-inspired iteration from Nike. Joggers are an excellent option for men while women can go ahead and pair this up with some leggings. Shorts also do well, and for those who want to take the Air Revaderchi to the next level, cuffed jeans and skinny jeans do just fine.

Nike ACG Air Revaderchi Toebox

Notable Features

A  well-loved classic, the Nike ACG Air Revaderchi is steeped in history and is an excellent example of a sneaker that has made a comeback to much fanfare. Perhaps one thing that becomes noticeable along the way of exploring the sneaker is how it has kept things original in the re-released issue, staying true to the roots of the ‘92 OG. The Nike ACG Air Revaderchi may not be waterproof, but the build surely makes it a great contender for battling all types of weather while keeping things fashionable.

Nike ACG Air Revaderchi Heel

History of the Nike ACG Air Revaderchi

It has been nearly fifty years since Nike has come through to storm the sneaker industry. But before we delve deep into what Nike is today, it’s a good thing to take a look at the past that has created it. In 1964, Blue Ribbon Sports (BRS) was founded, an earlier outline of what would soon become Nike. The man behind it, Phil Knight, was a former runner and he had recruited his former coach Bill Bowerman to join him on finding a path into the footwear market.

Nike ACG Air Revaderchi Outsole

In 1989, Nike was quick to launch a subsidiary line that it called ACG (All Condition Gear). This line was made to focus on producing sports gear and apparel, made to forgo all the different climates that Mother Nature created. With that, the Nike ACG line soon gained a mass following. One reason for that is because of the bold designs of the footwear and the bold colorways creating a unique array and collection.

Nike ACG Air Revaderchi Collar

The Nike ACG Air Revaderchi are shoes that were released back in 1992. It was designed for a multitude of activities such as hiking and trail running to name a few. It is easily one of the most popular sneakers from the ACG line. With such popularity, Nike has re-released the sneaker, a sneaker ready to wow the sneakerheads of 2018.

Nike ACG Air Revaderchi Side

Facts / Specs

Style: Retro
Top: Low
Inspired from: Other
Collection: Nike Acg
Closure: Laces
Material: Suede, Mesh, Rubber Sole / Fabric
Season: Winter

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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.