Travis Scott Gives Fan a Pair of His Upcoming Nike Sharkidons

Sharing that the previously-unseen colorway is his “favorite pair of shoes.”

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Travis Scott has been bouncing from city to city, bringing his UTOPIA with him on the Circus Maximus Tour. Last night, La Flame lit up Chicago and had yet another special interaction with a fan who went bar-for-bar with him on “LOST FOREVER.” Sharing the mic in the footage embedded below, Scott commemorated the moment by giving him a pair of his unreleased Nike Sharkidons.

“They’re my favorite pair of shoes so don’t sell them,” Scott shared after handing over the newly-revealed brown Sharkidons. Our brief first look at the pair reveals a two-tone approach of light and dark brown that is accented by off-white Swooshes. Its strap-equipped build combines suede and corduroy detailing with the patterned rope laces also utilizing the aforementioned two-tone finish.

At the time of writing, no information regarding the debut of Travis Scott’s Nike Sharkidon has been shared just yet. Stay tuned for updates as we expect it to launch in both this brown colorway and the previously-revealed white and brown look later this year via Nike SNKRS and select retailers.

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