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5 Best Travis Scott Releases of All Time

5 Best Travis Scott Collaborations of All Time

5 Best Travis Scott Collaborations of All Time

clock-circular-outline Posted February 23, 2024

If you know anything about LA Flame it’ll be his sneaker collaborations. Let's look at our top 5 picks

Travis Scott collaborations

Over the years, Travis Scott has become a heavyweight of the music charts, concert stages and since 2017 has been wowing the masses with his lauded sneaker collaborations.

From the Air Force 1 heydays before Cactus Jack was a sneaker purist dream to the stream of Jordan 1 collaborations - his brand has become a breeding ground for some of the most hyped-up sneaker crossovers to have graced the industry.

Luckily for you, we’ve got his sneaker discovery all lined up for you, as we handpick 5 of our favourite Travis Scott collaborations of all time. 

 

 


So sit back, relax and watch the heat unfold …


  1.  Travis Scott x Nike SB Dunk Low ‘Cactus Jack’ (2020)

 

Travis Scott x Nike SB Dunk Low 'Cactus'

First in our lineup is the Travis Scott x Nike SB Dunk Low ‘Cactus Jack’, arguably one of the most influential sneakers that spurred the Dunk resurgence in the early 2020s. Scott, a self-proclaimed Dunk enthusiast, took an almost psychedelic spin on this lauded low-top. 


Khaki-toned leather uppers work in tandem with plaid overlays to offer a textural feel up top, while Paisley-printed canvas wears away to reveal an elephant print underneath. Cactus Jack branding inscribes the tongue tags, pairing its muse with rope-style laces, mismatched Swooshes, and a whole lot of traction underfoot.



2. Travis Scott x Air Jordan 1 Low OG ‘Medium Olive’ (2023)

 

Travis Scott x Air Jordan 1 'Medium Olive'


A collaboration of recent times, the Travis Scott x Air Jordan 1 Low OG ‘Medium Olive’ first took centre stage in 2023 and was considered one of the best sneaker drops of 2023, and here’s why. 


Simple but spectacular in design, the ‘Medium Olive’ landed in a buttery black nubuck base, accompanied by white leather panels and signature reverse Swoosh branding that dresses the sidewalls. Cactus branding graces the left shoe, while the latter is bolstered up with some Air Jordan branding offering the perfect unison between the brands. 


3.  Travis Scott x Air Jordan 1 High OG SP Fragment (2021)

Travis Scott x Air Jordan 1 High OG SP Fragment

Now if you cast your mind back to 2021, I’m sure you’ll remember this very special pandemic. And no we ain’t speaking about COVID - it was the Travis Scott and Fragment AJ1 highs that got everyone talking. I mean two creative powerhouse collaborating on one shoe, it’s obviously going to send sneakerheads into a frenzy.

For this AJ1, we were graced with a high-rise tumbled leather fit, while titular shades of blue and white offered a vibrant feel to its stealthy overlays of black posited on the heel, collars, reverse swoosh and the lacing system. Off-white midsoles sit below offering cushioned in-step comfort, pairing its efforts with a traction-induced outsole.

4. Travis Scott x Nike Air Force 1 ‘Utopia’ (2023)

Travis Scott x Air Force 1 'Utopia'

Simple in design but a true Crep favourite. Last year Travis Scott released his fourth studio album ‘Utopia’ and of course in true Travis style, the best way to promote his artistry was through another AF1 collaboration. This one keeps true to the models’ OG roots with clean white leather forming the sneakers’ entirety, while Utopia and Cactus Jack brand marks the heel and rears, nodding to the album debut. 

5. Travis Scott x Air Jordan 4 Purple F&F release (2019)

Travis Scott x Air Jordan 4 'Purple' F&F releaseAlthough this grail was never released to the public, we believe it still deserves a shout-out in our Travis Scott lineup. For the simple reason that its supple suede uppers were summoned in striking purple, offering a pop of colour against the black-winged TPU overlays, netted mesh and Air cushioned midsoles. The Rubberised heel tab is decorated with a red ‘Cactus Jack’ wordmark, adding a slice of nostalgia to this branded completion.

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