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Where To Buy The Travis Scott x Nike Air Force 1

Where To Buy The Travis Scott x Nike Air Force 1

Travis Scott’s devotion to his roots shines through once again in his next collaboration with Nike and the Air Force 1 Low. While his previous hometown homage focused largely on Houston with an Oilers-themed colorway, this creative spin on the AF1 takes things a bit closer as it recalls his upbringing at his grandmother’s countryside house in Missouri City, TX. Call-outs to those cities exist on the snaps on the heels, while the shoe as a whole is built with materials that reflect the workwear gear that he was accustomed to wearing. Canvas, suede, corduroy, leather, and flannels make up the eclectic panels, while a completely removable tongue with heavy brass zipper furthers the outdoors theme of the release.

The Travis Scott x Nike Air Force 1 is confirmed to release on November 16th in full family sizes. The adult pair will retail for $160. Official images are just ahead, so take a look and stay tuned for further release details and a store list.

Updated January 17th, 2020: The Travis Scott x Nike Air Force 1 Low is releasing in Little Kids and Toddler sizes on January 18th. Check the store link below.



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Travis Scott x Nike Air Force 1 Low
Release Date: November 16th, 2019
$160
Style Code: CN2405-900

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