Travis Scott Spotted in Another Backwards Swoosh Air Jordan 1 Collab

Another “Cactus Jack” Jordan in the works?

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UPDATE: Travis Scott has taken to Instagram to reveal a more detailed shot of the latest Air Jordan 1 “Cactus Jack” in an alternative colorway.

With anticipation around the release of Travis Scott‘s Air Jordan 1 “Cactus Jack” building, La Flame was recently spotted in an alternate colorway of his upcoming backwards Swoosh model.

This newly-revealed colorway features a black base dressed with dark brown suede overlays. Backwards Swoosh branding applied on the lateral side of the shoe is done in tan leather to contrast the dark-colored base. Although not pictured, the reworked AJ1 is assumed to also come complete with a Cactus Jack tongue badge and a hidden stash pocket around the ankle region.

Take a look at the alternate colorway of the Air Jordan 1 “Cactus Jack” Travis Scott was spotted in above and stay tuned for any news of a release.

In case you missed it, Travis Scott is reportedly applying to Harvard.

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