Halloween is that time of the year when you can showcase your creativity, play pretend, or dress up like your favourite superhero or character. Your choice of costume can run from simple to totally outrageous. You can buy it off the shelf or take the DIY route.
Well, how about you add a twist to your Halloween costume this year with a hoverboard? I know, there are many apparent choices of Halloween characters where your self-balancing electric scooter can add amazing effects.
Peter Pan rarely puts both feet on the ground. He either flies or hovers. Yes! Now you’re thinking. You just might need to make your hoverboard invisible. You can cover it with a black cloth, or anything that resembles the colour of the pavement. Start with a Glidecraft X300 Bluetooth black Lambo hoverboard, so you don’t need to do a lot of covering up.
Unless you’ve been living under a rock, then you might have heard about the Modern Day Aladdin, who transformed his hoverboard into a magic carpet. His idea wasn’t perfect because he was dragging the carpet behind him. But you might be able to find a way to improve, if not perfect it. How about adding another hoverboard on one end of the carpet? It has potential, right?
The Hoverboard Skateboard is the perfect product for this particular Halloween costume because you can easily tilt it from one side to another, something that Marty McFly himself did in the movie. His costume looks very cool too, complete with a vest and an aviator. But you can take it up a notch by using light-up shoes. What better way to create an illusion that your hoverboard can fly than with lighting effects?
Jabba the Hutt
The idea of dressing up like Jabba the Hutt is almost similar with the Fatso costume, except that it’s going to take a lot of work. But if you will be able to pull it off, then it’s going to be amazing. Use a hoverboard to complete your costume and make it easy to drag yourself with all that bulk, and extended tail.
Yes, dressing up as a ghost is the most obvious option. You can just throw in a white fabric that reaches the floor, effectively hiding the hoverboard, and you’re done. But that might turn out to be so effortless and lame. Se create a costume that resembles Fatso, with his distended lower torso covering the self-balancing electric scooter. To make the illusion that you’re really gliding and hovering a few inches off the pavement, use the Hoverboard Skateboard with wheels set in the centre, instead of either side of the board.
As far as Halloween costumes go, you will be spoiled for choice. But if you want something that would go well with your self-balancing electric scooter, choose a character that you can use it to your advantage. Your best option is anything that glides or hovers. Then, stand out with LED shoes.