Take the Nike ACG Moc 3.5 on your next outdoor adventure with reliable, trail-ready traction. Designed and tested in Oregon, it has a light, comfortable upper and rubber grip where it's needed to keep you treading confidently on your path.
Unclerayrays600 - Feb 18, 2024
Perfect Daily sneakers run small so get a 1/2 up other than that ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
Matt - Nov 05, 2022
The ACG Moc 3.5 slides right on and is so secure when walking, it is a very comfortable and keen design. I was able to go hiking, go workout and even go to work in these. The shoe was comfortable enough to wear all day and is easily the most comfortable shoe in my closet. The design is very elegant and very unique because being a moccasin it hugs your foot and makes walking effortless. The thing I liked most about the shoe was how comfortable they were and how simple they were to put on they are very accessible to all types. One thing I’d like to see added to it is more designs on the shoe itself I really like how it is made out of recycled and how the box itself is a recyclable.
Chris - Jul 18, 2022
The Nike ACG Moc 3.5, as the “.5” moniker suggests, is an iterative update to the ACG 3.0. Most of the features found on the 3.0 have stayed largely the same, but some changes I’ve noticed include a quilted ripstop upper now with a parallelogram- or diamond-shaped pattern instead of the previous triangle-shaped pattern on the 3.0, a revised heel strap that now sits more flush with the shoe, a change to the front mudguard now being made of what feels like a synthetic suede, and more use of Nike’s recycled "Grind" rubbers on the front and rear portions of the outsole. There do not appear to be any visible changes to the outsole traction pattern. Outside of those changes, the ACG Moc 3.5 continues to be a great, versatile slip-on shoe (thus the “moc” name) that’s comfortable to be used for a wide-variety of casual uses, including running errands around town or lounging around the house (or around a campfire). Its cushioning is a touch on the firmer end but not overly so, and its light weight thanks to its construction materials means my feet don’t experience any fatigue after long days wearing them. The 3.5 is also pretty easy to clean thanks to its ripstop upper, so it can definitely be used in wetter weather. This is NOT a hiking or performance shoe and should not be used for such purposes. So, all in all, the ACG Moc 3.5 is a great, all around lounging/house shoe that is easy to slip on, fairly durable, and stays comfortable to wear for hours.