Nike’s HBCU-Inspired Terminator Collection Continues With Alabama A&M University

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Already revealed in special iterations for Spelman College and Tennessee State University, Nike now turns its attention to Alabama A&M University as its next inclusion in their HBCU-themed collection of Nike Terminator Highs.

Rife with profound details that describe the history of the school, this Nike Terminator High starts off with AAMU’s school colors of white and burgundy. The school’s mascot, the bulldog Butch, is featured on the tongue label revealing his cute yet menacing face, while golden bone-shaped lace dubrae provide treats for its protector. The laces act as a banner for its Normalite Opportunity Scholarship, which rewards select students outside of the state of Alabama with a grant valued up to $8,700 annually. Additionally, the school’s motto of “Service Is Sovereignty” appears on the right insole, while its founding year of 1875 is proudly stamped on the outer toes.

Currently, a release date for this pair or any of the other HBCU-inspired Terminators is known, so stay tuned for updates as Nike likely has unique plans arranged for the release of these spirited sneakers.


UPDATE (11/16/2023):
A release date is expected on November 18th, 2023.

Nike Terminator High "Alabama A&M University"

SKU: FV2048-100
RELEASE DATE: Nov 18, 2023

US 11/18/2023 Saturday

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