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“Don’t Sell My Shoes Man”: Travis Scott Gives Away A Pair Of His Nike Shark-A-Don To A Fan

“Don’t Sell My Shoes Man”: Travis Scott Gives Away A Pair Of His Nike Shark-A-Don To A Fan

If you’re lucky enough to attend a live Travis Scott show and stand near the stage, you might get some free goods from the man himself. His giving ways continued in Chicago as he performed “Lost Forever”, noticing a fan going bar for bar with the track.

After sharing the mic with the young concert-goer, he gifted him what was on his feet – a pair of his Nike Shark-A-Don (also referred to as the Nike Sharkidon) sneaker. After gracing the youngster with the shoes, he implored with him to not look for profit. In the videos shared below by Twitter account @TRAVISONTOUR, La Flame had a clear message: “Don’t sell my shoes man. They’re my favorite pair of shoes, so don’t sell them.”

The Nike Shark-A-Don is one of two brand new silhouettes bearing a Cactus Jack affiliation. This model utilizes the iconic midsole of the Nike Zoom Spiridon running shoe, while the upper makes use of a thick mid-foot strap and a surprising Swoosh in its proper formation. His Jordan sneaker, the Jordan Jumpman Jack, sticks with the reverse Swoosh — a detail that has become an unofficial signature of his footwear collaborations.

Details surrounding the Nike Shark-A-Don are sparse at the moment, but they’re expected to release sometime in 2024.

In other news, here’s a first look at the Travis Scott Air Jordan 1 Low OG “Canary”.

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