Travis Scott

From Days Before Rodeo to Utopia, Travis Scott’s trajectory has been nothing but upwards — every album and single doing well to increase the artist’s cultural significance. But while music continues to be an important tool in expanding his own influence, Scott’s style remains something admired on a global scale, every fan looking to emulate through graphic merchandise or through his number of Jordan and Nike collaborations.

A pivotal point for the young Travis Scott, the release of the removable Swoosh Air Force 1 marked the beginnings of a long and fruitful relationship. While originally not as coveted, the innovative design quickly became a fan favorite not too long after its original release in 2017. Even inline Nike releases began to borrow from the collaborative silhouette, cementing the modular motif as something overwhelmingly noteworthy. A Sail variant followed not long thereafter, ushering in a second coming that was relatively the same in likeness.

In 2018, Travis released his very first silhouette with Jordan Brand, an Air Jordan 4 that was encased in the artist’s “Cactus Jack” themes. While not outwardly coveted on its outset, the pair is currently of high value on the resale market, though it still holds no candles to its far more elusive Purple and Mocha samples. Jordan 33s followed shortly after and were greeted with little response, but it may have made the following Air Jordan 1 that much more notable. Replete with a characteristic earth tone colorway, the reverse swoosh AJ1 was divisive at first, but fans and sneakerheads alike now vehemently consider the offering to be one of the best of all-time.

Air Jordan 1 Lows and Air Jordan 6s came quickly to an equal if not marginally lesser reception, each a fast sell-out on their respective dates. The patchworked Air Force 1 was another eccentric fare, and it opened with an intimate vignette into Scott’s childhood. While the aforementioned shoes hold their own merit, La Flame’s Nike SB Dunk Low truly stole the public’s attention, ushering in a chaotic pattern heavy design that featured a removable outer layer. While the hype carried over to the Air Max 270, the runner has yet to come close to its value.

Cut to 2024, the range of Travis Scott’s relationship with Nike has only expanded as the years have gone on. His canon of work on Mike’s first signature continues with the Jordan 1 “Elkins” in May, iterated further with his 8th and 9th pairs in “Black Olive” and “Olive” later down the line.

Importantly, he also broke ground on his first ever signature shoe with the Jordan Jumpman Jack, debuting in short succession in “Sail” and “University Red.” Initial resale prices for those pairs still command over double their retail, but confirmed supply later in 2024 could finally make a dent in the voracious public demand for Travis Scott shoes. Additional colorways like “Thunder,” “Mocha” and “Cream” are widely reported for debuts in Fall/Winter.

Finally, looking further ahead, 2025 could bring the introduction of the Nike Sharkidon, La Flame’s second signature, but a release has yet to be confirmed. The Cactus Jack x Swoosh relationship is all but guaranteed to be alive and well by then- Air Jordan 1 Low “Velvet Brown” and Travis Scott “Pink Pack” are already shaping up to be some of 2025’s most sought-after releases.

Travis Scott collaborations generally release on Nike SNKRS, but a few have made their way to his as well as skate shops and select boutiques.

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After MLB All-Star Shock Drop, Fans Are Receiving Their Travis Scott x Nike Zoom Field Jaxx Pairs

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By Andrew Rizzo July 18, 2024

Travis Scott Debuts Jordan Jumpman Jack In Red/Gum In London

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By Sneaker News July 14, 2024

Official Images Of The Travis Scott x Nike Sharkidon “Sail”

Travis Scott’s Jordan Jumpman Jack has been met with heavy praise thus far, impressively combining his love for forefoot strapped trainers with some DNA of...

By Sneaker News July 2, 2024

First Look At The Travis Scott x Jordan Jumpman Jack “Bright Cactus”

Just as several upcoming Travis Scott x Jordan 1 Low colorways run rampant on the newswire, we’re also learning about a fresh Jordan Jumpman Jack...

By Andrew Rizzo July 1, 2024

Detailed Look At The Travis Scott x Air Jordan 1 Low OG “Velvet Brown”

Updated June 29th, 2024: A detailed look at the Travis Scott x Air Jordan 1 Low OG “Velvet Brown” has surfaced via @knowing_kicks. From the...

By Sneaker News June 25, 2024

“White Party” Travis Scott Air Jordan 1 Lows Gifted To Invitees Of Michael Rubin’s Upcoming July 4th Party

Michael Rubin’s annual White Party in Bridghampton draws the most exclusive A-list guest list of celebrities, pro athletes, and public figures. As if being part...

By John Kim June 22, 2024

Travis Scott x Air Jordan 1 Low OG “Medium Olive” Releasing On September 9th (SNKRS Day)

There’s been some movement on the Travis Scott front lately, and we’re not talking about his recent troubles with the law in the 305. One...

By Sneaker News June 21, 2024

Travis Scott’s Jordan Jumpman Jack Appears In “Celtics” Green

The Boston Celtics have jumped out to a 2-0 lead in the NBA Finals, and while their success on the biggest stage is no doubt...

By Matt Varga June 10, 2024

Raffle List For Travis Scott Air Jordan 1 “Elkins” Shoes

HOW TO BUY THE TRAVIS SCOTT ELKINS SHOES The Travis Scott x Air Jordan 1 Low OG “Elkins” has sold out in the US. For...

By Sneaker News May 24, 2024