Nike ACG Mountain Fly GTX: An all-rounder travel buddy 

Like most shoes under Nike’s All Conditions Gear (ACG) division, the Mountain Fly Gore-Tex won't let those active feet go idle. It’s made to keep you going even under inclement weather with its noticeably combative-appearing sole.

There's no need to switch footwear if you decided to take a walk from work to the outdoors. You can have this as your travel buddy as it won't leave your feet freezing and soaking wet in cold and rainy environments.

Packed with benefits...

  • Lined with GTX right below the ankle, it blocks dust, cold, water, snow, and mud from entering the shoe. It keeps your entire feet protected from the elements. 
  • Tough rubber that extends from the sole to the shoe tip is ready for abrasive road conditions. 
  • Central lugs are designed to grip different surface types and provide stable footing. 
  • It almost lets you fly with Zoom Vaporfly Trail Frame, releasing energy that propels the foot forward efficiently.
  • The foam component also found in Nike React kicks buffers the foot from impact. It protects the foot and legs from any form of discomfort.
  • You can take advantage of its stretchable cinch cord and pull tabs for an easy on and off. 
  • Reflective elements are peppered around the shoe to make you visible in dark areas.

...as well as limitations

  • Though it appears in a high-top form, its waterproof lining will only keep you covered below the ankle. 
  • It isn’t as breathable as the low-top variation.
  • The brand claims this kick isn’t made for use as a Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)

Facts / Specs

Style: Futuristic, Sock, Sneakerboots
Top: High
Inspired from: Hiking
Collection: Nike Acg, Nike React, Nike Vaporfly
Closure: Slip-on, Laces
Material: Rubber Sole, Nylon / Fabric
Technology: Gore-Tex

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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.