Haven Presents Exclusive Nike ACG Mountain Fly Low "Black/Anthracite"

The Canadian outfit brings its signature stark palette to the high-tech hybrid hiker.

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Canadian stalwart HAVEN has been tapped by Nike‘s ACG sub-label to create an exclusive colorway of the new ACG Mountain Fly Low, a follow-up to 2020’s popular GORE-TEX equipped Mountain Fly. Dubbed “Black/Anthracite,” HAVEN’s marauding take on the new-age hybrid hiker uses technical materials and pops of hi-vis reflective detailing to create a silhouette that’s equally at home on a rainy city street as it is on a rocky country trail.

Uppers are made of a synthetic ripstop fabric that’s bolstered with a reflective, taped ripstop toebox for extra low-light visibility. The heel’s triangular ACG logo is also doused in reflective material, while a webbed nylon lacing system with flecked rope laces snakes across the forefoot for technical style and an adaptable fit. Heel and collar tabs alike aid with entry and removal.

Down below, gray midsoles are speckled with black flecks and boast some of Nike Running‘s most advanced technology, repurposed for hiking. The visible foam is in fact React, and it conceals a full-foot carbon fiber plate for snappy energy return in the same vein as models like the Air Zoom Alphafly NEXT% and the ZoomX Vaporfly NEXT%. Outsoles wrap up to the toe for enhanced protection, while also utilizing an ultra-durable rubber compound and thick lugs for enhanced grip.

The Nike ACG Mountain Fly Low in “Black/Anthracite” is set to release via the HAVEN webstore on January 30. The MSRP is set at $235 CAD (approximately $184 USD).

For more Nike news, take a look at the brand’s new Air Max-inspired alternate kits for Liverpool, Tottenham Hotspur and Chelsea.

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