Nike releases Halloween-inspired running clothing, two pairs of Halloween sneakers, and three pairs of sneakers, hoping to join the frustrating season while celebrating "Day of the Dead".
When thinking about Halloween, you'll think of exactly the same skeleton that Nike used for this release. With this collection, Nike supports the temperature of body parts, including the popular Dri-FIT technology.
This new collection comes in two designs. One set comes in a sleek black, featuring a top and bottom for men and women. This shape features the sternum, arm, and leg bones in a 3D type design. The second look is a camo set with a wooden camouflage with a sternum, arm and leg bones that come with a shirt and a male and female bottom, but hidden in the design. There are also facial masks that feature the jawbone skeleton.
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Now for a full look at the Haloween season, Nike helped the Air Force 1 low top black sneakers. “Nike Air Force 1 & # 39; 07 Skeleton QS” is available in black and is a dark midsole. On the side of the shoe you can see the bones, which literally look like x-rays!
But if Haloween isn't your speed, Nike still honors you in honor of Mexico's annual Dia De Los Muertos (Day of Death). A popular brand has released three sneakers representing this cultural holiday. Cortez, Air Force 1 Low and Air Max 95 are all “La Calaca”.
These shoes may look regular during the day, but each features a reflective design that makes sense for Dia De Los Muertos.
Air Force 1 has a reflective sugar skull pattern known as La Calaca. This is part of an alternative made to celebrate life's journey after death. Colors represent traditional products, white represents sugar.
For Airmax 95, this design represents La Catrina or the female skeleton. The strings represent the ribs, the soles represent the spine, and the uppers correspond to the muscle fibers with mesh and suede.
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Finally, Cortez represents an alternative made for "Day of the Dead", which incorporates the details reflected on the insole.
You can get these pieces in time for Halloween time on October 25th!