Whit Air Max 270, As October draws to a close and Halloween approaches, Nike is set to debut a spooky line-up of releases to celebrate the frightful holiday. From the Nike Air Max Plus to the Air Max Plus 3, the Oregon-based sportswear titan gears up with a festive Dunk Low release that will give your sneaker collection a sinister touch.Nylon tongues sport Nike-branded badges fitted in a square perimeter, while the rears see elongated lettering with a gory breeze. Fittingly, the Halloween-themed release is rounded out with white midsoles and “Scream Green” speckled Grind Rubber bottoms.
The Nike SB Dunk Low comes dressed in an Iron Grey, Phantom, and Scream Green color scheme.it features a smooth Grey leather upper paired up with cracked leather overlays and mesh tongues. Although a bit discreet, the sneaker’s most unique details comes by way of the dual Swooshes on the lateral side. Completing the look are Grey laces, a Phantom midsole and Grind Rubber Green outsole.
This Nike Air Force 1 Mid Off-Noir is part of what seems to be a Halloween costume. Smooth leather comes together with suede panels to create a textured arrangement despite the rather understated color palette. Profile swooshes, “AIR” branding at the lateral heel, and “NIKE” logos on the top of the tongue, sock-liners and upper heel all opt for a “spooky” style accomplished by fang-like edges, ghoul-reminiscent shapes and cobb-web reminiscent finishes.Originally designed for performance hoops, the Air cushioning delivers lasting comfort while the padded ankle and tongue add to the soft ride. Rubber outsole with classic pivot circle pattern delivers traction when being chased by zombies, ghosts or Dracula.
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