From Dunks To Air Max, Here Are The Top 10 Nike Halloween Sneakers

Every year, when the calendar page shifts from September to October, “spooky season” officially begins. Halloween movies are practically all that show on TV, memes abound on the internet, and, most significantly, sneaker makers start launching Halloween-themed sneakers.

While the majority of the attention is focused on colourful costumes and scrumptious candy during this holiday, we had to pay some love to the sneaker community. Check out the best Halloween-themed shoes of all time below, from Freddy and Jason-themed Dunks to blood spatter and oozing slime.

  1. Nike Air Max 95 ‘Halloween’

When this pair was released in 2014 alongside a Halloween-themed Air Max 90, there was more to them than meets the eye. Canvas, elephant print, and a mummy-like gauze weave were among the materials used for the sneaker’s trademark panels. Glow-in-the-dark accents, a bulging eye emblem on the tongue, and a red-streaked insole elevated this pair to new heights.

  1. Nike Dunk Low PRM ‘Halloween’ 2021

This is one of two Dunk Low releases this year that isn’t SB, but it’s packed with the kind of premium touches you’d expect from the skate line. This colorway may nearly pass for a new take on the iconic Jordan “Shattered Backboard” theme, with a glow-in-the-dark sole and subtle tonal graphic design on the black leather panels. When developing holiday-themed sneakers like these, it can be difficult to strike the correct balance between doing just enough and doing too much.

  1. Nike SB Dunk High ‘Vorhees’

Unlike the grail-level Nike SB Dunk Low inspired by Freddy Krueger, which was never released in stores due to copyright issues, this Dunk High was inspired by the machete-wielding villain from Friday the 13th franchise was released in 2007. A majority of the top is made up of red suede and leather panels to depict Jason Voorhees’ blood-soaked adventures in each horror film, while a white leather heel represents his distinctive hockey mask. This is without a doubt one of the most popular Halloween-themed kicks ever.

  1. Nike Air Force 1 Low ‘Frankenstein’

On this 2006 colorway, patent leather, two tones of green, toebox stitching, and a metallic silver Swoosh paid homage to Mary Shelley’s famed Frankenstein figure. The AF1 was released alongside matching kid’s Vandals and a women’s Legend edition, but it was the AF1 that truly caught the eye of sneakerheads, and it’s now one of the most sought-after Halloween releases ever Costumes Australia are becoming a new trend in 2022.

  1. Nike LeBron 13 ‘Horror Flick’

Despite the fact that this pair was released after Halloween in 2015, its blood-splattered pattern gives off certain creepy feelings. These LeBron 13s have been dubbed the “Horror Flick” after Jason Vorhees from the Friday The 13th film franchise, a figure that King James dressed up as before an October 31st Laker game last season.

  1. Nike SB Dunk Low ‘Mummy’

Since its inception, Nike SB has released Halloween and horror-themed sneakers, and the “Mummy” Dunk Low edition continues that tradition this year. The shoe features a canvas upper with raw edges, a glow-in-the-dark outsole, and an eye design at the heel, as well as a hidden Eye of Horus emblem on the rear of the tongue, in keeping with its inspiration. It’s not quite “Freddy” Dunk territory, but it’s one of Nike SB’s best spooky season efforts in a long time.

  1. Off-White x Nike Blazer ‘All Hallows Eve’

Off-White x Nike was revolutionary, but it quickly became stale. When it was announced that Virgil Abloh would be releasing more pairs in the fall and that they would be themed around Halloween, several people grumbled about having to deal with yet another collection. However, the “All Hallows Eve” shoe is nice, with its tan upper and orange Swoosh. That’s something I’ve got to give him.

  1. Nike Air Force 1 Low ‘Halloween’

Air Force 1s in patent leather are a fad that needs to come back. The only issue is that they get fried after only a couple of wears, and the toebox becomes wavier than Max B. I recall my pal attempting to straighten out his pair. It didn’t work for me. This Halloween Air Force 1 comes in two versions, one from 2005 and the other from 2006. If you enjoy colorways that are divided in half, the ’06 is a good choice. We’re not going to discuss it because a lot of purists don’t. It’s all about the 2005 pair, with its contrast orange heel and Swoosh. You might be surprised to learn that your favourite rapper or NBA style icon hasn’t yet donned a pair.

  1. Nike SB Dunk Low ‘Day of the Dead’

The Nike SB “Day of the Dead” Dunk is the company’s biggest non-American sneaker release. The sneaker was only available in Mexico and Canada when it was debuted in 2006, and it became an instant cult classic in the United States. With its orange, purple, and black colour scheme and skeleton print all over, the sneaker was a love-it-or-hate-it design for many. It’s as if the year 2006 puked all over the Nike Dunks Sneakers.

  1. Nike SB Dunk Low ‘Freddy Krueger’

There was no other way to end this list than with one of the best Nike SB Dunks of all time. The Freddy Krueger Dunks, which were scrapped owing to copyright difficulties, are one of the most sought-after SBs, imitating the iconic dream-haunting serial killer from A Nightmare on Elm Street film series. This shoe is a fantastic ode to the legendary villain, with green and red stripes to match the killer’s sweater, brown overlays for his scarred face, a shimmering metallic silver Swoosh to signify his razor glove, and horrifying blood spatter. Because of the Dunk’s rarity, owning a pair is sure to haunt your dreams as well.