|This series has been discontinued.
Its products cannot be purchased in retail stores.
The Whiteout Series was exclusive to Walmart In the United States and was exclusive to Big W in Australia.
Blasters under this sub-series featured a white, black, and orange color scheme; this color scheme is very similar to the color scheme used for the 2011 Super Soakers. Due to this color scheme, they are advertised for "arctic warfare". Whiteout Streamline and Whistler Darts were also released as part of this series, but are not included with the Whiteout blasters.
Although many Nerf modders like to paint their Nerf blasters to their liking, the Whiteout Series is an exception to this. Some prefer to go as far as buying a Whiteout blaster for the sake of gutting out their pre-existing modded blaster and putting the parts into the bodies of the Whiteout blasters. Whiteout blasters are thought to be notably more powerful than the originals, but side-by-side testing has disproven this theory.
|Nite Finder EX-3||2011|
- An early mock-up image of a Whiteout Spectre's packaging was shown, but the blaster was never actually made. This may be due to the release of the N-Strike Elite line blasters and the hiatus on N-Strike blasters productions that lasted until 2015.
- This is widely considered the best N-Strike sub-series due to their stylish color scheme, strong parts, and their believed boost in power.
- This is the only colour sub-series that does not have a Recon CS-6 in it.
|Current Nerf series|
|Official||Alien Menace • DoomLands 2169 • Nerf Sports • Nitro • N-Strike • N-Strike Elite • N-Strike Modulus • Rebelle • RIVAL • Zombie Strike|
|Sub-series||Accustrike • BioSquad • Charmed • Code Red Collection • Impact Zone • Multishot Madness • N-Strike Mega • Remix • Secrets and Spies • Sonic FIRE • Sonic ICE • Super Stripes Collection • Z.E.D. Squad|
|Other||Promotional products • Nerf Dog|