Travis Scott X Air Jordan 1 Low Sparks Intrigue: New In-Hand Photos
Travis Scott just recently came off his highly successful collaboration with Jordan Brand on the Air Jordan 1 “Cactus Jack.” With mocha overlays and a backward swoosh, the collab will surely be one of the biggest releases of the year, especially considering some sizes are going for over $1000 on the resale market. Scott and Jordan Brand clearly aren’t done as an Air Jordan 6 collaboration is believed to be on the way, all while the Air Jordan 1 Low model they’ve been cooking up has gotten some interesting looks.
Thanks to the Instagram user @solebyjc, we have some up close pictures of what the Travis Scott Air Jordan 1 Low will look like. It contains the same mocha overlays as the High version, although the toe box and side panels are actually black. The backward swoosh on the outside is white, while the normal swoosh on the inside is brown. “Cactus Jack” branding can be seen on the medial side, with a wings logo on the right heel and a Cactus Jack logo on the left heel.
There is no official release date for this sneaker just yet so stay tuned for updates as we will bring them to you as soon as they become available.
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