It’s impossible to look at today’s streetwear and sneaker trends and not think of Travis Scott. The Houston-bred rapper’s mark is felt across the world thanks to his iconic collaborations with Nike (NYSE:NKE -0.69%) and Jordan Brand.
Beyond pushing footwear design in a bold new direction, some of his most popular sneakers —like the Travis Scott x Air Jordan 1 Retro High OG “Mocha” and the Travis Scott x Dunk Low Premium QS SB “Cactus Jack” —command eye-watering resale prices on GOAT. From his signature inverted swoosh on various iterations of the Air Jordan 1, to the detailed patchwork on the “Cactus Jack” Dunk Low, Scott’s trademark touch is now recognized across pop culture.
Release Date: July 29, 2021
Retail Price: $200 USD
Bringing together two of Jordan Brand’s most influential partners, the fragment design x Travis Scott x Air Jordan 1 Retro High enhances the foundational sneaker with Military Blue details on white tumbled leather. The shoe features Scott’s signature inverted Swoosh in black leather, his Cactus Jack smiley face on the left shoe and fragment’s lightning bolt logo on the right. A hidden pouch is nestled in the sneaker’s black nylon collar much like La Flame’s 2019 AJ1 collaboration. Pre-yellowed sidewalls on the rubber cup sole give the shoes a vintage touch, completing the release.
Release Date: May 11, 2019
Retail Price: $175 USD
The Travis Scott x Air Jordan 1 Retro High OG “Mocha” offers a twist on this legendary silhouette, mixing suede mocha with white leather. Scott’s Cactus Jack brand name appears stitched in University Red on the tongue, while his face logo, rendered crudely, arrives on the sneaker’s heel. An oversized inverted Swoosh, Scott’s trademark motif, blazes across the silhouette’s lateral side.
Release Date: June 9, 2018
Retail Price: $225 USD
Inspired by the Houston Oilers, the former football team from Scott’s hometown, the Travis Scott x Air Jordan 4 Retro “Cactus Jack” carries the team’s signature University Blue and Varsity Red colors in its Durabuck leather upper and insole, respectively. Cactus Jack branding arrives on the left heel in Varsity Red, with a matching Jumpman logo on the right. A light blue speckle pattern on the heel panel and on the black lace cage round out the Summer 2018 build.
Release Date: February 22, 2020
Retail Price: $150
This creative collaboration between Nike and La Flame treats the retro low-top to a radical design makeover. The Travis Scott x Dunk Low PRM SB QS “Cactus Jack” Special Box features a brown suede toe box, tartan plaid textile quarter panels and tear-away paisley textiles on the forefoot and heel overlay, causing it to stand out amongst the two-tone retros common at the time of its release. Further diversifying the release are braided rope laces, a detail that lends the shoe a rustic aesthetic.
Release Date: April 30, 2021
Retail Price: $250 USD
The followup to 2019’s “Olive” color way, the Travis Scott x Air Jordan 6 Retro “British Khaki” is crafted with suede and canvas, with hints of British Crimson. The shoe features a stash pouch on the lateral collar, with zippered detailing on the medial side. On both the left and right heels, mismatched Nike Air and Cactus Jack branding appears, with additional graphics found on the midsole, outsole, tongue, and lace lock.
Release Date: June 6, 2020
Retail Price: $170 USD
The Travis Scott x Air Max 270 React ENG “Cactus Trail” embraces rustic tones, through a cream textile upper with tonal TPU overlays and a brown nubuck toe. Accents arrive via vibrant colors on the collar, tongue and eyestay, while the midsole has a rough-hewn look due to the crudely painted yellow finish that extends to the visible 270 air sole unit. Cactus Jack branding on the heel completes the build.
Release Date: November 16, 2019
Retail Price: $250 USD
The Houston rapper brought his signature utilitarian cues to these low-top icons. The Travis Scott x Air Force 1 Low “Cactus Jack” incorporates printed canvas, leather and suede uppers with zipped corduroy lace shrouds. Swooshes in altering colors detail the sides of the shoe. All riding atop an Air Force 1 midsole and gum rubber outsole.