Sustainable Materials

Nike ACG "Smith Summit"

Women's Cargo Trousers

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Gear up for the wild with the tough, weather-ready design of the Nike ACG 'Smith Summit' Cargo Trousers.We travelled to Oregon's Smith Rock for inspiration and came back with the thoughtful design for some rugged trousers.We made this pair from at least 75% sustainable materials, using a blend of recycled polyester and recycled nylon fibres.An open hem plus a tapered leg adds an easy, relaxed feel.Plenty of pockets keep your gear close, while an included carabiner lets you latch your keys.

  • Colour Shown: Medium Olive/Medium Olive/Summit White
  • Style: CV0617-222

Size & Fit

  • Model is wearing size S and is 5'9" (175cm approx.)
  • Standard fit for a relaxed, easy feel
  • Fits large; we recommend ordering your usual size for a roomy cut and a size down for a more fitted feel

Free Delivery and Returns

Free standard delivery with your Nike Membership.

  • Delivery may take longer than normal. Check your estimated delivery date at checkout.
  • You can return your order for any reason, free of charge, within 60 days.

How This Was Made

  • The recycled nylon in Nike products begins as a variety of materials, including recycled carpet and used fish nets. The nylon is cleaned, sorted and converted into flakes before undergoing chemical or mechanical recycling processes to create new, recycled nylon yarns.
  • Garments that use materials made from recycled nylon reduce carbon emissions by up to 50% compared to virgin nylon.
  • Learn more about our Move to Zero journey towards zero carbon and zero waste, including how we're working to design product with sustainability in mind and help protect the future of where we live and play.

Reviews (1)

4 Stars

Love the Pants! Miss the belt

KarolinaZ883196222 - 25 Nov 2020

Great pants! The material is completely different from the women’s cargo pants. I really love my ACG cargo pants but I prefer these pants more because of the pockets, the material and how it’s just rolled up on the bottom. The only thing is..... I miss the belt. My old cargo pants are a size Large and they felt a little snug. I got an XL this time but since there isn’t anything to adjust the waist. It’s going to be a little loose. I totally understand how much waste they reduce by not having a belt but creating a new system that helps adjust the waist would be amazing