Of the numerous coveted NikeLab collections—Sacai, Gyakusou, Ricardo Tisci—one of the most consistent, and consistently slept on, is the rebranded ACG. Originally an offshoot of NSW with some exclusive colorways and athletic fabrics, ACG was revived under the creative direction of Errolson Hugh. With the techwear godfather at the helm, each collection is essentially an extension of Hugh’s ultra-limited Acronym collaborations, with some weather-resistant gear tossed in for good measure. For this Summer, ACG is staying true to form, releasing a technical poncho alongside a new sneaker silhouette, dubbed the ACG.07.KMTR.

Like any product Hugh is attached too, the sneakers come equipped with a bevy of insane details, including 4-way stretch, a water resistant expandable textile upper, magnetic buckle and over-arch strap. While two colorways are available, including a midnight blue with orange accents, the all-black joints are undeniably the greater draw. The poncho, composed of three-layer highly water resistant rip-stop, comes equipped with detachable pouch, hood, and magnetic pockets, and would sit perfectly alongside any other Acronym or Stone Island Shadow Project—also designed by Hugh—pieces in your closet. For those not willing to wait until Thursday, May 18 for the collection to arrive at NikeLab locations and select retailers, check out our ACG listings below.

Tags: acronym, errolson-hugh, acg, nikelab