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How the NOCTA x Nike Hot Step Air Terra ‘Black University Gold’ Looks On-Feet

Sep 30, 2022

NOCTA Nike Hot Step Air Terra Black University Gold DH4692-002 On-Foot

So far we have previewed Drake’s Hot Step Air Terra in ’Triple White’, ’Triple Black’, and ‘Purple’. However, another pair will launch later this year that comes dressed in Black and University Gold.

This NOCTA x Nike Hot Step Air Terra comes with Black tumbled leather on the upper while mesh adorns the tongue. Accenting the shoe, we have University Gold that hits the eyelets, Swoosh logo, underneath the perforations, and wraps the midsole around the heel. NOCTA branding lands on the tongue and G-Tek is placed on the heel. Other details include 3M reflective and co-branding on the insoles.

NOCTA Nike Hot Step Air Terra Black University Gold Release Details

You can expect the NOCTA x Nike Hot Step Air Terra ‘Black University Gold’ to release later this year at NOCTA.com and Nike.com. The retail price is $180. As soon as we have more information, we will make sure to update you.

NOCTA x Nike Hot Step Air Terra Color: Black/University Gold Release Date: 2022 Style Code: DH4692-002 Price: $180

NOCTA Nike Hot Step Air Terra Black University Gold On-Feet

NOCTA Nike Hot Step Air Terra Black University Gold DH4692-002 On-Feet

NOCTA Nike Hot Step Air Terra Black University Gold DH4692-002 On-Feet

NOCTA Nike Hot Step Air Terra Black University Gold DH4692-002 On-Feet

NOCTA Nike Hot Step Air Terra Black University Gold DH4692-002 On-Feet

NOCTA Nike Hot Step Air Terra Black University Gold DH4692-002 On-Feet

NOCTA Nike Hot Step Air Terra Black University Gold DH4692-002 On-Feet

NOCTA Nike Hot Step Air Terra Black University Gold DH4692-002 On-Feet

NOCTA Nike Hot Step Air Terra Black University Gold DH4692-002 On-Feet

NOCTA Nike Hot Step Air Terra Black University Gold DH4692-002 On-Feet

NOCTA Nike Hot Step Air Terra Black University Gold DH4692-002 Release Date Info

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Brian Betschart

Brian Betschart

Founder and Editor of SF, Brian is considered an expert when it comes to sneakers. Collecting since he was in elementary school, his collection has grown to over 500 pairs and counting. Brian has published articles since 2004, and in 2006, he decided to create Sneaker Files.


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