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The Top Sneaker Collaborations Featuring Travis Scott Rank in Order from Best to Worst

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Whether it’s his music, his relationship with baby mom Kylie Jenner, or the latest problems surrounding his album Astroworld, Travis Scott has quickly risen to the top of the music industry. Because of this, Travis Scott has become synonymous with highly sought-after Nike x Travis Scott collaboration shoes with brands like Nike, Jordan, and Fragment. We’ve compiled of the top Travis Scott footwear right here:

“Cactus Jack” Nike Air Force 1 Low collab with Travis Scott

By employing a mix of materials on the upper and earthy tones and patterns, Travis Scott’s take on the Nike Air Force 1 Low is a nod to his hometown of Houston, Texas. Travis Scott’s Air Force 1 Low collaboration has a durable canvas upper with patches in colors like brown, lilac, blue, and black, which pay homage to various aspects of Scott’s childhood. The sail midsole and gum rubber outsole round off the design, which is adorned with Cactus Jack insignia at various points in the upper.

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“Cactus Trails” Air Max 270 by Travis Scott

Nike and Travis Scott collaborated on the Air Max 270 x Travis Scott ‘Cactus Trails,’ which debuted with a throwback website from the ’90s and a sandbag and “pre-worn socks” to complete the sneaker’s desert motif. Scott even enlisted the services of the original Cactus Jack, veteran pro wrestler Mick Foley, to star in promotional materials. The Dhgate shoes themselves are based on the Air Max 270 React ENG design and include a muted color palette, a fleece ankle collar, a midsole with a weathered look, and a 270 Air unit.

“Olive” Air Jordan 6 by Travis Scott

The Jordan 6 “Olive” that Travis Scott designed has a military-inspired design, most notably a cargo pocket on the lateral ankle collar. Nike and Jordan logos are stitched in red on the tongue and left heel of the sneaker. The lace locks and right heel both feature La Flame’s signature “Cactus Jack” motif. In addition to the olive and “Infrared” top, this shoe has a black and white midsole and sections of a transparent rubber outsole. The outsole’s transparent areas glow brightly, too.

Travis Scott’s “Baroque Brown” Air Max 1 x Cactus Jack by Nike  

The ‘Baroque Brown’ Air Max 1s that Travis Scott designed seem like they were inspired by hiking shoes from the past. Scott drew inspiration for the color, dubbed “Baroque Brown,” from his own aesthetic and his work in the past. The mesh upper is mostly brown, with the inverted Swoosh and midsole being a creamy yellow. The laces are a drawstring Gillie lacing system, typical of outdoor footwear. Another hue, called “Saturn Gold,” of this collaborative Air Max 1 is also available. 

Jordan Brand presents the Air Jordan 6 Retro “British Khaki” in collaboration with rapper Travis Scott 

The retro’s high hairy suede construction is indulgent in a monochrome design, with just canvas trimmings and pockets adding color. As a nod to the Jordan 6’s landmark release year, “NIKE AIR” is branded onto the shoes’ heels. Logos designed by the Houston native are included on the shoe’s medial midsole, lace toggle, sock lining, stow pocket lining, and semi-translucent outsole.

‘White’ and ‘Sail’ Nike Air Force 1 Low by Travis Scott 

The Travis Scott x Air Force 1 is a canvas sneaker with reflective detailing across the upper. Branding for Nike Air is inverted on the heel, and the Swoosh may be customized with a Velcro patch. For grip, there is a gum rubber outsole, and for comfort, Air is housed in the classic white midsole.

A “Cactus Jack” Nike SB Dunk Low collab with Travis Scott. 

The Travis Scott x Nike SB Dunk Low ‘Cactus Jack’ debuted on Scott’s website before hitting local skate shops. The shoe has interchangeable paisley and plaid pattern overlays a beige nubuck base upper with a “Cactus Jack” debossed graphic at the back and a multicolored striped Nike SB box. There are black and light pink midfoot Swooshes, Nike SB markings, Cactus Jack tags on the voluminous tongues, and “NIKE” sewn at the heels for branding. The shoe’s look is completed with a brown midsole with contrast stitching and a beige rubber outsole.

Jordan Brand × Travis Scott Air Jordan 1 High OG Fragment 

The Travis Scott x fragment x Air Jordan 1 High “Military Blue” is up next for La Flame, and it also has a fragment design by Hiroshi Fujiwara. The high-quality leather construction and Swooshes on the shoe’s lateral panels are reminiscent of the rapper’s first Air Jordan 1 release with Nike. The uppers are mostly white, with “Military Blue” detailing on the toe boxes, ankle flaps, and lower heel overlays. Both the black Cactus Jack head and the fragment bolt emblem are featured on the right heel, while the left shoe has the fragment logo.

“Mocha” Air Jordan 1 Low by Travis Scott 

Very few pairs of the Travis Scott Air Jordan 1 Low were released, but they quickly became as sought after as the original High. Scott’s preference for earthy tones was on display once again with the reversible Swoosh design from the first high-top. To set off the upper’s black and brown quality nubuck, the big inverted Swoosh is composed of white leather. Red details can be seen on the embroidered heel emblems and the tongue tags, and a Sail midsole completes the minimalist design.

The “Reverse Mocha” Air Jordan 1 Low OG SP, designed by Travis Scott, is a must-have  

About the original 2019 Jordan 1 Low “Mocha” colorway, this Air Jordan 1 Low x Travis Scott collaboration is known as the “Reverse Mocha” for its inverted color blocking. White leather overlays, a Mocha Durabuck foundation, and recognizable reverse Swooshes make up the top of this sneaker. The design’s muted overall look is jarred by the bright red accents on the woven tongue label and the Wings insignia embroidered on the heel. The finishing touch is a worn-out, retro Air sole.

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