Nike Night of Mischief SB Dunk Low: First look and release date

Posted: 15 October 2019 11:07 am

Nike Night of Mischief sneakers

The latest Halloween design from Nike is almost here and it's definitely one to watch out for.

Halloween is right around the corner and sportswear titan Nike is well and truly getting in the spirit. Having already announced two Day of the Dead themed shoes, a glow-in-the-dark Black Skeleton Air Force 1 and a Halloween-themed kids sneaker, the label has now debuted a spooky take on its popular SB Dunk Low silhouette.

Dubbed Night of Mischief, the new design sees a matte black suede upper paired with an eye-popping lime green outsole. Embroidered purple spiderwebs decorate the lateral, with the same hue appearing on both the laces and collar. A pumpkin orange colourway meanwhile appears on both the toe box and the iconic Nike Swoosh to give the kicks a very jack-o'-lantern type vibe.

Our favourite part of the Mischief iteration though has to be its playful graphics and motifs. If you take a peek inside the shoes you'll see an adorable cartoon ghost haunting the inner tongue tab, while the heel tabs draw attention by oozing the words "Trick" and "Treat" respectively.

The season-appropriate special releases are set to drop on 19 October in the US, meaning that we should see them here in Australia shortly after. Initially, you'll be able to grab them from the Nike SNKRS site, but fingers crossed we'll see them pop up in usual stockists like JD Sports and Platypus Shoes too. A retail price is yet to be announced.

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If you're looking to add to your collection of Halloween-themed kicks, you can also check out the latest collection by Vans. The streetwear brand has just released a line based on Tim Burton's The Nightmare Before Christmas and you're definitely going to want to get your hands on it.

Offering up adorable adaptions for both adults and kids, the capsule sees a range of apparel, sneakers and accessories like hats and backpacks decorated with all your favourite characters.

For more Nike news and updates, you can head to our Nike hub.

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