Travis Scott’s Air Jordan 1 Low OG “Olive” From Rolling Loud Festival Is Up For Auction

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As the world waits for both his Jordan Jumpman Jack and Nike Attack “Cactus Jack” releases, Travis Scott has recently been linked to an auction for a pair he wore – and gifted to a fan – during Rolling Loud Munich in July.

During his set over the summer in Germany, Scott invited Karim Abdelrahman, a fan in attendance, to get on stage to sing “No Bystanders” with him. La Flame then proceeded to gift Abdelrahman a special pair of his Air Jordan 1 collaboration. Unlike the version that hit retailers months before, Scott’s on-foot choice for the Rolling Loud music festival was covered in “Utopia” branding as a nod to the album that would launch just 19 days after his interaction with Abdelrahman. As of today, that special gift is being auction off through Goldin, a leader in the collectibles marketplace.

The pair is unquestionably worn and features creases across the toe box, as well as dirt throughout the outsole. Nevertheless, they mark an important part in both Scott and Jordan Brand’s history. Because of this, the current bid for the pair is over $4,200 USD. Goldin’s auction will be open until Wednesday, December 20th, at 10pm EST. If you’re interested in placing a bid, you can do so via now.

For sneakers you can buy at retail, check out the “Kobe Reverse Grinch” landing on Friday, December 15th.

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