In conjunction with the release of the all-new ACG Air Nasu sneaker, Nike ACG is serving up an assortment of footwear and apparel that pays homage to another iconic piece of Japan’s natural beauty: Mt. Fuji.

While images of the shoes in the pack leaked recently, we now have a look at the full range of the collection. Nike is dubbing the print featured throughout the range “lava camo” in reference to the mountain’s active volcanic status. The pack is made specifically for use in hot and wet conditions and delivers gear perfect for getting caught in August thunderstorms. All pieces, including the shoes, purportedly include throwback 80’s-style ACG pictoral tags featuring an image of Mount Fuji.

The centerpiece of the collection’s apparel offerings is the packable lava camo poncho. The ACG range hasn’t seen a similar garment since the souped-up Gore Tex NikeLab ACG poncho released under Acronym mastermind Errolson Hugh, and the oversized design with adjustable hoods and numerous pockets is sure to be a fan favorite. The collection also features an all-new pair of women’s overalls that feature numerous storage pockets, a lava camo rendition of the popular ACG NRG Shorts, and a new rendition of the range’s cargo vest first seen earlier this summer.

On the footwear side of the collection, we now have a full look at the previously reported Mt. Fuji redresses of the ACG Air Deschutz sandal and ACG Moc 3.0. Both silhouettes feature lava camo all-over print and safety orange detailing, and each shoe provides a comfortable and cozy way to navigate short distances from the campsite and over all kinds of light terrain.

The ACG Mt. Fuji collection releases on August 8th via Nike SNKRS,, and the Nike app on August 8th. Check out photos of the collection down below in the lead-up to next weekend’s drop.

Nike ACG Moc 3.0 “Mt. Fuji”
Release Date: August 8, 2020

Nike ACG Air Deschutz “Mt. Fuji”
Release Date: August 8, 2020

Nike ACG Mt. Fuji Apparel Collection


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