Travis Scott References Hometown With Latest Nike Air Force 1 Design

Travis Scott and Nike’s relationship has proven to be a definitive force, and lucrative one as well. The pairs latest release comes as a new Air Force 1 dubbed “Cactus Jack.” Scott has designed 3 different renditions of the low-top Nike classic yet with this one is seemingly relatively unique than the other.

The shoe is said to represent a workwear appeal in respect to his Texas hometown. The shoes is constructed of various different panels including: corduroy, duck canvas, leather, flannel, suede, burlap, camouflage, and wool combines to create a unique patchwork silhouette. The shoes bodies strategic structure with placements of each different style covered with different graphics and fused together by a removable lace cover placed over the tongue of the shoes and held by a dutiful brass zipper. On the heel of each shoe, Scott included a direct nod to his home-city Missouri City brand over snaps. The shoe also beholds a double sided nike check with the camp print on the inside and a camel tone on the outerwear, and finished with a white midsole and classic Air Force 1 gum outsole.

The fourth installation of the Scott Nike collaboration will release in family size runs on November 16th via Nike SNKRS and select stockists worldwide and is set to retail at $160.

5 responses to “Travis Scott References Hometown With Latest Nike Air Force 1 Design”

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