Halloween is on its way. And while the horrors of 2020 probably can't be matched, it's still fun to indulge in a little ghost and ghoul action. Nike is doing exactly that by dropping the Nike Air Force 1 “Orange Skeleton” this weekend, a follow up to its two previous, and hugely popular, skeletal sneakers. It hit stores on October 28, but you can still secure a pair by scrolling down.

Having released all-black and all-white skeleton Air Force 1 sneakers in 2019 and 2018 respectively, the Swoosh goes all out All Hallows' Eve this year with a Pumpkin-like orange piece. While the colorway goes decidedly louder than the previous releases, much of the design remains the same, with a black skeleton graphic across the upper.

The skeleton graphic doesn't glow in the dark this time around, but the out and midsoles do, so there are plenty of reasons for the child inside to be excited about this sneaker. If it's more the market value that gets your attention, we'd place our bets on this being a popular one, based on the success of previous Nike skeleton drops. Other Halloween sneakers, like the “Freddy Krueger” Dunk and Off-White™'s spooky Nike collab have also gone down as grails.

StockX market data shows the Nike Air Force 1 “Orange Skeleton” is currently attracting an average price of around $222. The sneaker reached a 52-week high of $372 on the platform.

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