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Check Out Every Piece From The NikeLab ACG Holiday 2017 Drop

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NikeLab ACG drop their Holiday 2017 collection and its full of ‘all conditions gear’ and techwear.

The ACG division of Nike put the sportswear giant on the outdoors world map. Now merging together with NikeLab has created a techwear giant thanks to creative direction from Acronym and Stone Island Shadow Project’s Errolson Hugh. Mention the words ‘techwear brands‘ to anyone in the know, and NikeLab ACG is sure to always get a mention.

For their Holiday 2017 collection NikeLab ACG have certainly delivered, utilising the latest techwear innovation alongside the distinct Errolson Hugh aesthetic from face masks to reflective graphics. Stand out pieces include the Nike Lab ACG Alpine Jacket coming in a variety of different colourways with a digital camo print and the Nike Lab ACG PO Shell Jacket in a vibrant orange colourway with an added mesh storage pocket to the front. Features include fully taped seams, technical fabrics as well as a variety of functional zips and compartments. Other highlights include the NikeLab ACG Balaclava, the 3in1 System Coat with carry system function as well as the utility pants with reflective detailing.

NikeLab ACG Holiday 2017

The NikeLab ACG Holiday 2017 collection will be launching from nike.com this coming Saturday 9th December 2017.

NikeLab ACG Holiday 2017

NikeLab ACG Holiday 2017

NikeLab ACG Holiday 2017

NikeLab ACG Holiday 2017

NikeLab ACG Holiday 2017

NikeLab ACG Holiday 2017

NikeLab ACG Holiday 2017

NikeLab ACG Holiday 2017

NikeLab ACG Holiday 2017

NikeLab ACG Holiday 2017

NikeLab ACG Holiday 2017

NikeLab ACG Holiday 2017

NikeLab ACG Holiday 2017

NikeLab ACG Holiday 2017

NikeLab ACG Holiday 2017

NikeLab ACG Holiday 2017

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NikeLab ACG Holiday 2017

NikeLab ACG Holiday 2017

NikeLab ACG Holiday 2017

NikeLab ACG Holiday 2017

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Luke Taylor
Luke Taylor

Luke has lived and breathed the associated lifestyles & subcultures of RC for the last 20 years, as well as gaining a vast knowledge and a wealth of experience in the industry since 2006. His passion is really the techwear side of the spectrum, with brands like Stone Island & Acronym being among some of his personal favorites. Set up in 2013, his industry background & knowledge has seen RC go from strength to strength to become the digital magazine, platform & authority it is today.

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