While we already know of two Halloween editions, the Orange Skeleton New Sale Air Jordan and the Spider Web Nike Air Max 90, the Air Trainer 3 has gone a little deeper into the roots of Halloween and has an interesting new theme dedicated to none other than Dracula. Red and purple accents then are added in perfectly while a Dracula insole is featured, solidifying the inspiration. Across the design white perforated leather covers the toe and side paneling while contrasting black suede and plastic overlays cover the shoe around the forefoot and heel. The iteration arrives in a perfect Dracula colorway with an upper consisting of white, black, purple, and red.
Orange Nike Air Max Plus is then added in an almost flame-like plastic overlay that covers the entire upper. A black midsole and orange Air Max unit are added to the bottoms which complete the brand new design. The mesh upper features a gradient design of white at the toes which fades to smokey grey and eventually into black at the heels. Nike absolutely killed their Halloween 2020 lineup this year with a full collection of different silhouettes dropping with great Halloween themes. Along with their strong Dracula, Skeleton, and Vampire themes, it looks like the brand will be offering a Halloween colored orange and black Air Max Plus. Check out official images of the pair below so feel free to make sure to follow JustFreshKicks for updates and more of the latest sneaker news.
While Kevin Durant has Jordan 2020 Release been rehabbing himself back to the court this season, his days of being a superstar on the Brooklyn Nets’ court are drawing near. Red and white laces tie the sneaker down which matches the rubber midsole and outsole perfectly. The number 7 is embroidered on the tongues as a direct nod to KD’s jersey number. Featuring a University Blue, University Red, and White color scheme, the upper arrives in the classic blue and white which is contrasted with a boastful red Nike Swoosh on the side paneling. With his arrival, it looks like Nike and KD will be taking some time to honor the iconic throwback tie-dye Net’s jerseys