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Nike finally brought the Terminator Low after the return of the High in late 2022. This variant is cleaner and easier to rock if you don’t like the tall collar of the Terminator High. The Nike Terminator Low “Liberté” presents various upper fabrics and a “Liberte” branding which translates to the word “freedom”. We’re not sure if the shoe is part of an upcoming pack featuring Liberte labels, but it’s definitely a special colourway!
It’s been a quiet decade for the Nike Terminator as the shoe remained in the vault for years. Nike finally decided to bring this 1985 basketball shoe to join the Dunk and Air Jordan 1 on the roster. The famous Georgetown Hoyas colourway kicked off its comeback in the previous year. Now, it’s time for the Lows to shine.
Nike first released the Terminator High in 1985 as a college basketball sneaker. The Georgetown Hoyas rocked their exclusive pairs with the HOYAS branding on the heel, replacing the large Nike lettering. Built for hooping, the shoe features a leather upper with perforations on the toe and a padded heel collar. Herringbone traction makes up the
rubber outsole, with stars on the toe section.
This Nike Terminator Low “Liberté” features a light bone suede vamp with grey fuzzy suede overlays on the toe and eyestay. White pebbled leather comprises the quarter panel with grey Swooshes. The heel tab comes in black with a suede Nike heel counter. Woven fabrics make up the black tongue. Liberte branding can be seen on the tongue and sockliner.
The yellowish midsole and grey outsole complete this summertime colourway.
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