Travis Scott May Not Be Done With The Air Jordan 1 Low OG After All

La Flame is rumored to drop a "Black Olive" pair come Fall 2024.

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A first-look at the “Black Olive” Travis Scott Jordan 1 Low OG has been added to the story.

Travis Scott has been focused on the Jordan “Cut the Check,” his unnamed, first original design for Nike, Inc. And while the Houston-bred artist is surely following through with the plan, he may be revisiting the Air Jordan 1 Low OG again next fall.

According to the @zSneakerHeadz and Sneaker Files tag-team, La Flame will bring a “Black Olive” makeover to the low-top retro. The Cactus Jack-frontman is no stranger to the silhouette, having reworked the Air Jordan model six different times over the last handful of years. Travis Scott’s next offering is expected to feature a familiar “Black/Sail/Medium Olive/Muslin” color palette. Suede overlays across the shoe should indulge in a muted green, while base layers boast a clean “Black” finish. Scott’s now-signature reverse swoosh on the lateral profile is expected to take on an off white look that falls in line with the creative’s “Reverse Mocha” pair from July 2022.

Other details expected on the “Black Olive” Jordan 1 Low by Travis Scott include Cactus Jack branding on the tongue, sockliners, and heel. Furthermore, the joint-effort is set to arrive with “aged” midsoles. No word has been disclosed by the brand about the pair being a women’s-exclusive, but that could change as Scott and Nike, Inc. cater to their female consumer base more. The sneaker, however, is expected to arrive in Little Kid’s (SKU: DO5441-002) and Toddler (SKU: DO5442-002) sizing.

Enjoy a preliminary mock-up of the rumored “Black Olive” Travis Scott Jordan 1 Low ahead. If the rumor is true, the collaboration is expected to hit Nike SNKRS between August and November 2024.

For more sneaker news, check out the “Kobe Reverse Grinch” set to drop for adults and kids on December 18th.

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