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Nike gave the Terminator High its well-deserved comeback after taking the backseat for nearly a decade. In 2022, the brand finally retroed the Georgetown Hoyas rendition. We now have more styles in the following year. This Nike Terminator High “Game Royal” lands in a clean two-tone makeover for your summer footwear essentials.
Nike adds more lifestyle shoes to the roster by bringing back basketball shoes from the 80s. The Nike Terminator came out in 1985, joining the Dunk and Air Jordan 1. This may be the least popular silhouette between the three, but it deserves recognition.
Hit the streets with an iconic blend of style in the Nike Terminator High. This essential vintage-style basketball sneaker offers plenty of street style and a unique combination of designs.
This Nike Terminator High “Game Royal” makes a bold statement on the streets. Its features a classic and iconic basketball silhouette that has been around since the mid-1980s. This shoe is dressed up in classic game royal and comes with white and blue colour detailings. This style offering pairs a white leather base with suede and durable nylon overlays on the upper. The foam sole is accented with rubber at the toe for street-ready style and durability.
The Nike Terminator High is a modern-day classic-style basketball sneaker. Its silhouette offers a unique blend of materials such as leather, breathable mesh, and durable nylon overlays. The full-length cupsole offers all-day comfort, while the rubber outsole provides traction and long-lasting wear. This game royal colourway has accents of white, black, and game royal detailing to make it stand out.
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