Halloween may be quite a ways off — we’ve still got a long, hot summer ahead of us after all — but some of
Uppers combine white leather toeboxes, quarters and collars with black mudguards, eyestays, heels and heel tabs. This second set of pieces provides the design’s signature detail, namely a glow-in-the-dark print consisting of several spooky sets of eyes. Burnt orange brings pumpkin-inspired flair into the mix on the midfoot Swoosh, nylon tongue and the collar lining. Down below, white midsoles with black contrast stitching and glow-in-the-dark outsoles finalize the look.
Currently, an official release date for the Nike Dunk Low “Halloween” has not been revealed. However, it’ll likely release sometime this October with a yet-to-be-determined MSRP.
Elsewhere in the world of footwear, London-based sneaker store Offspring has apologized for destroying shoeboxes to prevent its stock from being resold.