Nike ACG Ashiko Boot – Grey – Red – Black – Holiday ’09

April 10, 2009 BY / 0

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Is there any chance that a Nike ACG model named after a ninja weapon would not be cool? Probably not. We showed you a look at a brightly colored Ashiko Boot back in February and now we bring you some images of this new grey/red/black colorway. As we mentioned earlier, these boots are named after ninja foot spikes used for climbing and traction, as well as for putting holes in their enemies. While the Ashiko Boot may not be built to kill, it certainly is built for performance, using Flywire technology and a sleek high-cut design to ensure that they are lightweight and comfortable. Not only are they highly functional, but they also look pretty fresh too. Plenty of visible Flywire and a translucent mid-panel are but a few of the nice touches that make the Ashiko far more stylish than your average clunky boot. Look for these to hit stores some time during the Holiday ’09 season. Via FootLockerUnlocked.


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