Nike Is Back for Spooky Season With a New Air Force 1 “Skeleton”

Introducing the “Purple Punch” colorway.

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You know it’s spooky season when there’s a new colorway of the Nike Air Force 1 Skeleton. Debuting four years ago with the icy white iteration, the Swoosh has subsequently released a new color each year — from black to jack-o-lantern orange to the latest “Purple Punch” release.

Amongst a variety of iconic fall classics, the Air Force 1 “Skeleton” has shown to be one of the most cherished. Similar to the past releases, the popular x-ray skeleton foot is present throughout the bold purple upper and sits atop a glow-in-the-dark sole unit and lace dubrae. Rounding the shoe off is a cheeky insole featuring an aerial look at the x-ray skeleton foot.

The Air Force 1 “Purple Punch” retails for $130 USD and will release next month via Nike SNKRS and select retailers.

Also in the news, Slam Jam partnered with Converse to deconstruct the classic Chuck 70.

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