Nike ACG is despising that one Devil Wears Prada quotation by tattling flowery patterns for summer, rather of spring. Up yours, Meryl Streep!
Or not. I mean, it's not like florals for any warm rainfall season are terribly innovative either way. But at least Nike ACG is offering a fresh spin on the style with some rather nifty duplications on the theme.
Chief among them is a hoodie made of a recycled polyester jacquard weave inspired by the drift pools of the Oregon seacoast( not terribly far from Nike's Portland headquarters), a clever spin on the generally organic- inspired pattern frequently enforced for the Spring/ Summer season.
There are a many other prints of analogous theme, including some oceanic and flowery films but the each- over jacquard hoodie is the clear name.
Not that there are not any other fun graphic details to be had — the Hike Nike T- shirt is a fun one — but Nike ACG Spring/ Summer 2023 feels like a focus on the specialized over trend, timely GORPcore inclinations away.
Footwear ranges from the lately- revived( and UNDERCOVER- approved) Air Moc to a couple hiking thrills and classic Mountain Fly lurkers, no woven ACG Watercat in sight at the moment.
But it's still cool enough in numerous places across the globe that Nike may just be holding back'til it warms up. There is like plenitude further Nike ACG to go around.
As similar, there is plenitude of protean rainfall- fighting Nike ACG wearables also on- hand, including the water- resistant" Cinder Cone" windbreaker, fishing- inspired" desolation Trail" shirt, and some weight pants that zip off into films( plus weight films available sans zippable pant legs).
Other new notables packs and shoulder bags made of durable rip- evidence( and also rainfall- resistant) Dyneema.
It's a enough classic Nike ACG season, full of multipurpose gear intended to do it all without importing you down. What differently could you want?