Crafted with all-black uppers, a tumbled leather base and snakeskin overlays, the shadow-toned kicks feature hits of grey and orange across its collar lining, alongside a Nike tongue tag and embroidered Nike Air logo on its heel. Additional detailing comes in the form of metallic silver Jack-O-Lantern lace dubraes, paired with Nike-branded pumpkin insoles for a festive look.
Elsewhere, the shoe sits atop a clean black midsole and neon green and grey outsole, offering a brighter touch to an otherwise all-black color palette. Matching black laces round out the shoe’s design.
Take a closer look at Nike’s Air Force 1 Low “Halloween” silhouette above, likely to land via Nike ahead of the October 31 holiday alongside a slew of themed releases.
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