Who should buy the Nike ACG Mountain Fly Gore-Tex

The Nike ACG Mountain Fly Gore-Tex might be for you if:

  • A shoe that protects your feet during wet seasons is what you need.
  • You are after a high-top sneaker cushy enough to shield your underfoot against shock.
  • A pair of kicks that help preserve the environment is what you prefer.

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Who should not buy the Nike ACG Mountain Fly Gore-Tex

Folks in search of a shoe that offers a pleasant fit may want to consider something else as the ACG Mountain Fly Gore-Tex has a somewhat cramp forefoot area. The Nike Air Max Goadome might be a better choice. Also, the expensive price tag of this Nike ACG pair could turn off budget-conscious wearers. The ACG Zoom Terra Zaherra which is retailed at $180 a pair is more affordable than this model by $40.

Shield against external elements

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.

Nike ACG Mountain Fly Gore-Tex Waterproof

Solid grip on snow and mud

The central lugs of this sneaker grip different surface types and provide stable footing. However, its aggressive sole doesn’t grip on icy surfaces but holds well on snowy and muddy grounds.

Nike ACG Mountain Fly Gore-Tex Grip

The cushy platform of the Nike ACG Mountain Fly Gore-Tex

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. Moreover, its underside feels cushy like its Nike React siblings and Vaporfly tech-infused sneakers. A wear tester describes that it offers the same feel as the Alphafly Next running shoe.

Nike ACG Mountain Fly Gore-Tex Platform

Cramp confines

Its forefoot cover is slightly low, so the rubber around the toe interferes with movement.

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Visible in the dark

Being visible on dark terrains and alleys is not an issue as the grid pattern at the bottom part of the upper glows when hit by light.

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Mighty durable

The tough rubber of this kick that extends from the sole to the tip is firm and durable enough to endure abrasive road conditions.

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Cinching the Nike ACG Mountain Fly Gore-Tex effortlessly

Cinching this sneaker down is easy with its elastic lace and toggle. You can also take advantage of its stretchable cinch cord and pull tabs for an easy on and off.

Nike ACG Mountain Fly Gore-Tex Lace

Not for the thrifty sneakerheads

Unlike other sneakers by Nike which on average would cost you about $135 a pair, the ACG Mountain Fly Gore-Tex ($220) is at the pricey end of the spectrum.

A friend of the environment

Although the shoe isn’t breathable unlike the ACG Mountain Fly Low, it allows the earth to breathe by utilizing recycled materials.

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 doesn't let active feet go idle. It keeps 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 doesn't leave your feet freezing and soaking wet in cold and rainy environments.

Nike ACG Mountain Fly Gore-Tex Versatile

Facts / Specs

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

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