by Kevin Quinlan October 26, 2016

To dress spooky? Cute? Funny? Sporty? Or to act like you forgot a costume?

These are all questions that go through your head before a Halloween tournament. This decision will haunt you for the rest of the weekend. It will eerily define who you are and how people perceive you.

We here at Taiga believe there is a certain standard and understanding that if you play ultimate you have a creative, out of the box, way of thinking and that Halloween tournaments are the perfect opportunity to showcase it! We love the weird. We were raised by it. Molded by it.

We were excited to be a part of the Whalesmen from the northeast, Moby Disc. Day one of the tournament, Danse Macabre, they were dressed as whalers.

Everyone had their own take on what a whaler looked liked. Day two, Taiga helped with full sub Moby Dick inspired jerseys. These full subs were a part of a terrifying, chilling, and frightening weekend of ultimate. What was your best Halloween tournament? Costume? Experience?




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