The Nike Air Force 1 Low “Halloween” Arrives On October 24th

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The Nike Air Force 1 Low “Halloween” Arrives On October 24th

This article was last updated on October 23rd, 2023.

Each year The Swoosh dresses its many lifestyle offerings in ghoulish costumes that harken to the spooky Halloween season. While the past year’s orange and black hues have effectively signaled the end of October, the Beaverton brand is planning on an overt connection in 2023 to the trick-or-treat holiday featuring a Candy Corn Nike SB Dunk High, a graveyard-inspired Ja 1 and now, a scaled Air Force 1 Low imbued a number of nightmarish embellishments.

Initially revealed back in July, the Bruce Kilgore design cures the entirety of its upper in a pitch-dark black outfit – complimenting the tumbled leather vamp and quarter with snakeskin-treated overlays and profile swooshes. Color-matching the tongue and midsole to the gloomy aesthetic, a wave of greyscale shades ascertain the collar lining, silver metallic jack-o-lantern dubraes and the marbled tread infused with vibrant streaks of neon green. Elsewhere, a seldom pop or orange illuminates the cursive tongue tabs while the insoles depict a chilling forest decked out with swoosh-carved pumpkins.

The Nike Air Force 1 Low “Halloween 2023” is expected to release on October 24th for a retail price of $140. While we await further release details, the eerie pair can be seen below in first-look imagery.

In other news from the Nike Inc. banner, check out the recently revealed LeBron 21.


Nike Air Force 1 Low "Halloween"

SKU: FQ8822-084
RELEASE DATE: Oct 24, 2023

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