The over-the-top pairs feature a dark grey base layer with a transparent coating. A pattern of spooky eyes which are also found on this year’s Dunk Low “Halloween,” decorate the uppers and midsoles. The tongue, laces, and lining are coated black while contrasting orange accents are used on the lace and heel pull tabs. Additional detailing includes an experimental sticker label on the rear, an upside-side down Nike logo on the heel tab, and a spider motif on the insoles. The transparent coating and white sole unit below are given glow-in-the-dark treatment to complete the festive look.
The Nike Air Force 1 Experimental “Halloween” is slated to release later this month on Nike’s website and select retailers for $130 USD.
Elsewhere in footwear, the Air Jordan 1 Mid receives a “Light Smoke Grey” colorway.