First Look At The Nike Terminator Low “Liberté”

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First introduced back in 1985, the Nike Terminator was brought out of the vault by the brand just last year. And after resurfacing in familiar colors, the silhouette is set to take 2023 in both new and collaborative styles alike. Low-top offerings, too, are just around the corner, such as this newly-revealed “Liberté” colorway.

“Liberté,” which roughly translates to “Freedom” in English, is highlighted in a deep brown across the shoe’s tongue and sockliner, matching not only the accompanying olive branch graphic but also the woven textile employed across the tongue. Elsewhere, the Terminator Low prefers to indulge in more understated hues. The suede and leather materials through the upper, for starters, are clad in a off-white and white hues, while the midsole and Swoosh/outsole opt for cream and grey finishes, respectively.

Enjoy a close-up look at the Nike Terminator Low “Liberté” right here. At the time of writing this, no firm release has been revealed; for now, sit tight and await further updates.

In unrelated news, New Balance just signed Shohei Ohtani.


Nike Terminator Low "Liberté"

SKU: FJ4207-001

US 2023

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