The Nike ACG Mountain Fly Low 2 Boasts Split White/Orange Coloring

A new weatherproofed delivery surfaces ahead of spring.

The Nike ACG Mountain Fly Low 2 Boasts Split White/Orange Coloring

The Nike ACG Mountain Fly Low 2 celebrates its one-year anniversary this spring, having championed the trail-ready utility of Mountain Fly shoes across a variety of sporty and earth-toned palettes since its debut. In preparation for the rainy spring days on the horizon, the Beaverton brand now touches down with another delivery featuring split white/orange color blocking in a unique twist.

While previous Mountain Fly Low 2 designs have featured imposing branding and multicolored accents in true ACG fashion, this pair takes a simple approach with an all-white upper. That’s not to say the shoe are without flair, however, as a bright orange sole unit makes an in-your-face statement underfoot. Both treatments combine to produce a “Creamsicle” aesthetic perfectly suited for the backyard BBQs and holiday get-togethers to come, also echoing the look of paint-dipped footwear popularized by sneaker customizers.

No release date has been set at the time of this writing, so return to our Sneaker Release Dates page for updates. In the meantime, enjoy official retailer images below and check out the “Triple Black” Nike ACG Rufus set to return later this year.


Nike ACG Mountain Fly 2 Low

SKU: DV7903-100

US 2024

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