Nike Dresses Its ACG Mountain Fly Low 2 in "Iron Ore"
Featuring rubber traction on the toe and heel counter.
Following up on the recently-presented “Laser Orange” iteration of the sneaker, Nike’s outdoor-ready ACG umbrella has just released some more official imagery for its Mountain Fly Low 2 — and it’s soon to be available in an understated “Iron Ore” colorway.
This silhouette is the predecessor to Nike’s ACG Mountain Fly Low, with the low-top hiking sneaker being designed with highly-technical elements such as gridded ripstop materials on the upper. Now, this latest version of the Mountain Fly Low 2 has been hit with various hues of black and light grey.
Designed with an All Conditions Gear logo on the upper, a combination of tan and grey tones have also been applied to the interior lining of the model. Meanwhile, the sneaker’s rubber traction has been added to the toe and heel counter to provide enhanced support when navigating intermediate-level terrains, while additional ACG branding has been added to the lateral side walls.
You can take a closer look at the new Mountain Fly Low 2 in “Iron Ore” above and it will be available to shop via the official
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