This summer, Nike revamped its All Conditions Gear line with two new all-new yet retro-inspired models, the Ruckel Ridge and Dog Mountain. For the latest ACG release, the company is going full retro with the return of one of the brand’s most classic outdoors sneakers, the Air Revaderchi.
The cleverly named hybrid model — half sneaker, half hiking boot — is back in its original form for the first time since the early 2000s, when it received its first retro.
Released in 1992, the versatile model was designed to take on just about any outdoor activity you could throw at it, from hiking to trail running to mountain biking. Perhaps only second to the beloved Air Mowabb from the same era, the Air Revaderchi is one of the most famous models from the early days of the ACG line. It features a similar design to the Mowabb, utilizing the brand’s Huarache technology with a neoprene inner bootie for a snug and supportive fit. In the case of outdoors footwear, that also helps keep out dirt and other debris. From there, it gets decidedly more rugged than the Mowabb, featuring a large TPU heel cage for support and protection, a rubber toe cap and a thick rubber outsole with ample tread.
The Air Revaderchi returns on July 10 in its original tan, plum and orange colorway. A new “Triple Black” version will also release. Both are priced at $140 and will be available via Nike SNKRS and at select retailers.