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Here’s What The Travis Scott Air Force 1 Low Looks Like With And Without The Shroud

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Among Travis Scott‘s veritable roster of collaborations, the Nike Air Force 1 seems to be the most frequently used, taking breaks with the AJ4, AJ1, AJ6, and then making a startling return back to the aforementioned silhouette though now with a take quite different from the past’s removable swooshes. Instead, the duo have given the classic a lace-in zipper of half corduroy and half canvas, zipping down to reveal a construction of the same, though much wilder, patchwork motif. Toe caps take shape in three different variations of materials: using the same pieces as the shrouding component with the addition of an extremely textured suede. Burlap-esque fabrications near the swoosh — a logo that is mostly standard in either brown or camo hue — bearing the foreign language logo of the artist’s record label with in two distinct swathes. Alongside, the pair’s connection to classic work jackets takes the form of a button-fastened strap just right on the heel, a purposeful embellishment that does well to flesh out the story otherwise. Grab a detailed look at our photos just below and head over to the Travis Scott Air Force 1 Store List to ensure you get your pair on their November 16th release date.

Official Store List
Link: Travis Scott Air Force 1

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

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