Today, ACG is synonymous with the technical, heavily zippered, GORE-TEX-infused designs of Nike collaborator Errolson Hugh, who helped Nike revamp the ACG line several years back.

But Nike’s ACG (All Conditions Gear) division was first introduced in 1989, with a vastly different aesthetic from today. Over time, the ACG range developed a cult following for its retro ’90s colorways, and for silhouettes like the Nike ACG Mowabb, as well as the Humara, the latter of which was treated to a Supreme collaboration in 2017.

Now, Nike looks to be bringing back even more late ’80s and early ’90s items from the golden era of ACG. Japanese publication PRODISM has just teased another look at the ACG Dog Mountain sneaker, plus accompanying outerwear and accessories, in the form of a windbreaker and camp cap.

Stay posted for more news as it arrives.

While you’re waiting, check out the recent Nike ACG Summer 2018 collection.

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