Nike’s Terminator High is coming back this year, marking thirty-seven years since the silhouette’s original debut. Alongside the classic Georgetown color scheme, a new ‘Cocoa Snake’ look has surfaced this week.

Released in 1985, the Nike Terminator High has seen the occasional re-release over the past several decades, but this year the Swoosh is giving the classic silhouette the luxury treatment. Part of the brand’s ‘Be True’ lineup, the shoe’s most lasting fame comes from the exclusive treatment of the Georgetown colorway given to the school’s basketball team while other schools were given Dunk Highs instead. Now, Nike has prepared a handful of new styles to help relaunch the silhouette, including this lux ‘Cocoa Snake’ pair that emerged this week. Featuring a white leather base layer, the brand’s signature brown snakeskin material is applied to the mudguards, eyestay overlays, and heel counters, while black Swooshes, laces, and tongue tags complete the look.


Nike’s latest colorway of the Terminator High to emerge has not yet been officially slated for release, though we expect to see them launch sometime in the near future. Featuring ‘Cocoa Snake’ overlays, pairs will be available from both Nike’s online channels as well as select retailers with a price tag of $120. Check out the official images below for a better look, and stay tuned to JustFreshKicks for more Swoosh release news.

Nike Terminator High “Cocoa Snake”
Release Date: 2022
Price: $120
‍Color: White/Black-Sail-Cocoa
Style Code: FB1318-100

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