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Nike ACG Torre Mid Waterproof

Men's Shoes


Out of the archives, into the wild. After decades of exploration in forests and mountainous terrain, the beloved ACG hiker from '95 is back for more—and just like dad's dusty old crag-chasers, it comes dressed for adventure. The waterproof upper mixes shaggy suede with durable textiles, while red accents bring retro appeal to the branding and heel pull. Hefty tread brings the grip, and a weather-ready design helps you get out there—whenever the outdoors decides to call your name.

  • Colour Shown: Burnt Sienna/Midnight Navy/Black/Dark Atomic Teal
  • Style: FD0212-800

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Reviews (5)

3.6 Stars

  • Fits big.

    ThomasS631639794 - 27 Mar 2024

    Nice ‘fashion’ hiking boots. Bought these and once again baffled that Nike’s sizing is so inconsistent. I normally wear US12 but in some running shoes I need a 13. These I got in 12 and they are too big. Should have gotten a size 11.

  • simon1827 - 25 Mar 2024

    I love Nike, and their shoes are usually comfortable and great right out of the box. I took these hiking and they felt tight in all the wrong places and loose in others. Not a great experience. They look good, but I'm not sure they're meant for "real" hiking.

  • Good for the Goat Trail

    RICKYfb72be7ba83544268f73307837dcaf4e - 04 Mar 2024

    All I wear are mens Nike size 11 sneakers. These boots run true to size 11 fit perfect. Been hiking the Pinnacle Peak trail in Enumclaw, WA which is 5 miles round trip and 1,000ft elevation gain - some of it can be a straight up GOAT trail with roots, rocks, mud, snow you name it first time out with these boots. First time I have had real hiking boots in decades. Certainly much more support than sneakers. Felt fine on the level, going up and going down the steep trails. Even left my trek poles home for the first trial outing to really test the grip. Did wear them around the house first is the only other break-in. Can't wait to go back on the trail with the boots. Even brought me luck and spotted a deer - first I had seen in 10 trips up the hill.