Nike ACG is gearing up for their next seasonal release in August, kicking off the brand’s likely string of releases for the Fall/Winter ’21 season. Today, we have an early look at the next-gen ACG Air Nasu 2, coming soon.

The Nike ACG Air Nasu took fans of the ourdoor line by surprise last year, when the sleek low-top sneaker made its debut. Featuring a waterproof Gore-Tex-lined upper, the Nasu quickly became a hit amongst ACG heads, and now, the team behind Nike’s outdoor division is almost ready to launch the shoe’s next generation, the Air Nasu 2. Seen here in its initial “Anthracite” color scheme, the Air Nasu 2 has slowly surfaced in official images across the internet, showing off the changes to the original Nasu’s shape and layering of the upper for this second iteration. The new look appears to delve more into technical materials for the Nasu 2, namely a translucent plastic ripstop layer that makes up the shoe’s toe box and quarter panels, while lightweight tape-like overlays provide structure around the shoe. As previously mentioned, the Nasu 2 will be making its debut in this dark “Anthracite” colorway, mixing Nike’s signature grey-black shade with dark green elements for a stealthy look.


Nike ACG’s launch of the awesome new Air Nasu 2 has yet to be announced for release, though they are expected to drop sometime in the coming weeks for the Fall/Winter ACG season. The smooth “Anthracite” color scheme will be available from both Nike and ACG retailers, with price tag of $120. Check out the official images below for a better look, and stay tuned to JustFreshKicks for more Nike ACG release news.

UPDATE 7/31/21: Nike has officially announced the release of the ACG Air Nasu 2 for August 2nd, 2021. The “Anthracite” look will be available via the SNKRS app as well as select retailers for $120.

Nike ACG Air Nasu 2 “Anthracite”
Release Date: 2021
Price: $120
Color: Black/Anthracite
Style Code: DC8296-002

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