Nike x Travis Scott Air Force 1 Low ‘Cactus Jack’


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Rap artist Travis Scott puts a creative spin on one of the most iconic and classic silhouettes by the American sportswear giant Nike. This ‘Air Force 1 Low’ is inspired by the artist’s hometown – Missouri City, Texas, where he used to wear workwear jackets made of  canvas, suede, corduroy and leather. Dubbed ‘Cactus Jack’, this pair is inspired by the rapper’s workwear and it comes with a removable zipper shroud and a unique print on each panel made of different materials, giving the pair a different look from each angle you view it. The sneakers are completed with rubber gum outsoles and ‘TX’ and ‘MC’ on the heel cups with gold snaps in homage to the artist’s hometown.

  • Cactus Jack Lettering
  • Removable Corduroy Tongue
  • Air Cushioning, Rubber Outsole
  • Canvas Uppers & Suede Overlays



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