Nike ACG Mountain Fly Low

Chaussure

179,99 €
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C'est du jamais-vu dans l'histoire des chaussures de randonnées.Tout aussi à l'aise en ville que dans le désert, les canyons et la montagne, la Nike ACG Mountain Fly Low vous accompagnera dans toutes vos aventures.La semelle extérieure en caoutchouc adhérent offre une adhérence pensée pour les roches escarpées.La semelle intermédiaire souple intègre une mousse React pour assurer un confort optimal, que ce soit pour vos balades en ville ou vos escapades dans les parcs naturels.

  • Couleur affichée : Verre de mer
  • Article : DJ4030-001

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Avis (9)

4.7 Étoiles

Great!

MichaelK694387195 - 26 sept. 2021

Great shoe, very comfy and performance wise excellent. Need to size up at least half size, but highly recommended.

Should have sized up

RichardTG785292154 - 08 sept. 2021

Reached out to customer service about these cause they just looked like the run small. They said buy my regular size. Should have sized up. My feet aren't particularly wide but these feel SO tight i can feel my toes rubbing and and there is no room for them in the toe box. Very narrow and tapered toe. Sad cause I love them.

Perfect for non-technical mile crunching.

AndrewW514372641 - 06 sept. 2021

Picked up a pair of these just in time for my holiday in Tuscany. Used them most days through two weeks, up to 20 miles per day. Absolutely perfect for dirt and gravel tracks. The hugely spongy soles mean that you can tramp on even large jagged stones and feel nothing at all. Like my previous Hoka’s, but even better (did not believe it was possible). The mesh uppers mean cool feet (even walking all in hot temperatures). Would not recommend to use these on technical rocky scrambles or very steep loose surfaces, because: 1) the benefit of the soles (isolation) results in a lack of feel of what is going on underfoot. 2) the mesh uppers do not provide torsional rigidity (feet move too much, slide forward on steep descents) compared to leather/suede uppers. Laces come undone constantly, and are barely long enough to be able to double-bow (need to be longer!). Overall, in the uses that I am going to use them - relatively smooth, hilly terrain; warm dry weather; longer distance ‘mile crunching’ - they have proven to be perfect.