Initially revealed in “Olive Grey,” color arrangements of “Pecan” and “Burnt Sienna” have been prepared for a release this December. The sneaker, which debuted in 1995 as a hiking shoe, is returning as a durable option for exploration. Both pairs are equipped with waterproof builds that combine shaggy suede overlays with textile detailing. Underneath, a black rugged sole unit supports each look. In “Pecan,” two shades of brown combine across the upper as the heel’s ACG logo utilizes pink and black. As for the “Burnt Sienna” option, a wheat brown hits the overlays while navy is spread across the textile base and green chimes in at the branding hits.
The Nike ACG Torre Mid makes its return with its two waterproof colorways of “Pecan” and “Burnt Sienna” landing on shelves on December 5 via Nike SNKRS and select retailers at a starting price of $150 USD each.