Nike ACG Resurrects the Okwahn II In a Classic Colorway

Bringing back an archive silhouette.

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Nike ACG has dipped into its archives for its latest footwear release, bringing back the cult Okwahn II silhouette in its original colorway. The sneaker — which last dropped back in 2012 — is known for its low-key branding, including no Nike Swoosh anywhere to be seen. The only branding is the signature ACG triangle on the heel and tongue.

The mid-top Okwahn II comes with a black mesh base, which is offset by a perforated tan leather forefoot panel and accents of “Habanero Red” and “Green Abyss” on the laces, lacing system, tongue and heel. This upper sits atop a speckled midsole and a rugged outsole, a nod to the silhouette’s roots as a trail sneaker. The Nike ACG Okwahn II is set to arrive on November 16 at Nike’s web store.

In other Nike news, take a closer look at the NBA x Nike SB footwear collection.

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