Nike is preparing the release of two sequels to its popular ACG Mountain Fly sneakers that debuted in 2020. On the way are the ACG Mountain Fly 2 Mid, which leaked in October, and the ACG Mountain Fly 2 Low, a shoe that appears in an internal Nike document showing the brand’s upcoming releases that was viewed by Complex.

Nike did not respond to a request for comment on the upcoming ACG sneaker and generally does not issue any info around unreleased shoes ahead of their planned official announcement.

The ACG Mountain Fly 2 Low is part of Nike’s Summer 2023 line. In the brand document viewed by Complex, the shoe is listed as an April release, but its release date could be pushed back as sneaker companies have had a difficult time delivering product on schedule in the past two years. Among its first colorways are the white/black pair shown here, a “Neutral Olive,” and a “Laser Orange.”

The ACG Mountain Fly Low will retail at $150 and will be available in sizes ranging from 3.5 to 15.

Nike released the first ACG Mountain Fly in November 2020. The shoe used a carbon fiber plate and React foam cushioning in the midsole, a combination borrowed from Nike’s Next% line of running sneakers. The Low version was named one of the best new sneakers of 2021 by Complex.

Nike ACG Mountain Fly 2 Low DV7903-800 Laser Orange
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Nike ACG Mountain Fly 2 Low DV7903-200 Olive Grape
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