A complete look at Travis Scott’s sneaker history

A complete look at Travis Scott’s sneaker history

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When we look back at the Travis Scott sneaker collab history, we find many hits and a few rare misses. Here’s a retrospective of La Flame’s rise to sneaker stardom.

Travis Scott Sneaker Collab History: Mostly Hits, a Few Misses

Today, Travis Scott has become one of the key figures in streetwear and sneaker culture with the power to determine which units move and which won’t. But Scott’s ascension to sneaker stardom didn’t happen overnight — his earlier collabs were met with responses that were lukewarm at best. These days, though, his name is synonymous with sold-out releases. Here’s a trip down Travis Scott sneaker collab history.
 

Model: Travis Scott x Helmut Lang

Drop date: January 2017

Approx. price: S$629 to S$955

Travis Scott Sneaker Collab History: Mostly Hits, a Few MissesEnd Clothing

This collaboration was the collaboration that Travis Scott apart from his mentor Kanye West. The collab drew direct influence from Helmut Lang’s collections from the 1990s and 2000s, and combined it with La Flame’s penchant for graphic designs.

 

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Model: Travis Scott x Nike Air Force 1 (AF100)

Drop date: December 2017

Approx. price: US$150

Buy here: StockX

Travis Scott Sneaker Collab History: Mostly Hits, a Few MissesNike

Travis Scott’s first Nike collab came as part of the AF100 series, which celebrated the silhouette’s 35 year anniversary. His take on the Air Force 1 ditched white smooth leather for canvas and Velcro Swooshes, which has become a go-to design cue for many Air Force 1 releases that came after.

 

Model: Cactus Jack x Air Jordan 4

Drop date: June 2018

Approx. price: US$225

Buy here: StockX | Stadium Goods | Farfetch

Travis Scott Sneaker Collab History: Mostly Hits, a Few MissesNike

The Cactus Jack x Air Jordan 4 draws inspiration from Eminem’s take on the silhouette. Instead of a dark navy upper, La Flame’s rendition sports a light blue suede upper matched with red accents and black panels.

 

Model: Travis Scott x Nike Air Force 1 “Sail”

Drop date: August 2018

Approx. price: US$150

Buy here: StockX | Stadium Goods | Farfetch

Travis Scott Sneaker Collab History: Mostly Hits, a Few MissesSean Go

In 2018, Scott brought back his coveted Nike Air Force 1 (AF100) but this time with pre-aged cream hues all across the canvas upper and midsole.

 

Model: Travis Scott x Air Jordan 33

Drop date: February 2019

Approx. price: US$185

Buy here: StockX | Stadium Goods | Farfetch

Travis Scott Sneaker Collab History: Mostly Hits, a Few MissesStraatosphere

One of his more understated creations, the Travis Scott x Air Jordan 33 is a lifestyle take on the performance basketball sneaker. It featured a mix of leather, suede and synthetic materials that are hardly used on performance footwear.

 

Model: Travis Scott x Air Jordan 1 Retro High

Drop date: May 2019

Approx. price: US$175

Buy here: StockX | Stadium Goods | Farfetch

Travis Scott Sneaker Collab History: Mostly Hits, a Few MissesHypebeat

Scott’s most recognizable creation to date is his game-changing spin on the Air Jordan 1 Retro High. The coffee brown overlays, cream leather base and, most importantly, inverted Swoosh made waves in the sneaker community. It first dropped in celebration of his birthday.

 

Model: Travis Scott x Air Jordan 1 Retro Low

Drop date: July 2019

Approx. price: US$130

Buy here: StockX | Stadium Goods | Farfetch

Travis Scott Sneaker Collab History: Mostly Hits, a Few MissesSolebyjc

A low-top variant of his famous AJ1, the Travis Scott x Air Jordan 1 Retro Low offered a similar colorway mixing dark brown leather, black base and a cream inverted Swoosh. A stand-out detail is the red embroidered branding on the heel.

 

Model:  Travis Scott x Air Jordan 6

Drop date: October 2019

Approx. price: US$250

Buy here: StockX | Stadium Goods | Farfetch

Travis Scott Sneaker Collab History: Mostly Hits, a Few MissesTravis Scott

Reminiscent of the Macklemore Air Jordan 6, Scott’s sneaker sports a similar camo green suede upper. In addition, side pockets were added to the sides of the sneaker for your stash.

  

Model: Cactus Jack x Nike Air Force 1

Drop date: November 2019

Approx. price: US$160

Buy here: StockX | Stadium Goods | Farfetch

Travis Scott Sneaker Collab History: Mostly Hits, a Few MissesNike

The Cactus Jack x Nike Air Force 1 grabbed headlines when he gave a free early pair to a fan at his concert. Its “What The”-like design played with various textures, colors and patterns that created a head-turning cohesive aesthetic.

 

Model: Travis Scott x Nike SB Dunk Low

Drop date: February 2020

Approx. price: US$150 

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Travis Scott Sneaker Collab History: Mostly Hits, a Few MissesStraatosphere

Similar to his Air Force 1, Travis Scott put a similar multi-texture and pattern design onto the SB Dunk Low. As an added design element, the sneaker’s overlays would tear away to reveal a new elephant print and laces were swapped out for rope laces.

 

Model: Travis Scott x Nike Air Max 270 React ENG “Cactus Trails”

Drop date: May 2020

Approx. price: US$170 

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Travis Scott Sneaker Collab History: Mostly Hits, a Few MissesHanzhuying

By far one of his more controversial sneakers, La Flame’s spin on the Nike Air Max 270 React ENG “Cactus Trails” gives the sneaker a worn-out look with an outsole that would change colors as it wore out.

 

Model: Travis Scott x Playstation x Nike Dunk Low

Drop date: December 2020 

Approx. price: Not for sale 

Buy here: StockX

Travis Scott Sneaker Collab History: Mostly Hits, a Few MissesTravis Scott

On the other end of the spectrum is Scott’s collaboration with Nike and Playstation. Only five pairs of the Travis Scott x Playstation x Nike Dunk Low were ever released and is one of his most sought-after releases. It was given away through his Travis Scott webstore.

 

Model:  Travis Scott x Air Jordan 6 “British Khaki”

Drop date: Spring 2021 

Approx. price: US$250

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Travis Scott Sneaker Collab History: Mostly Hits, a Few MissesTravis Scott

Scott brings back his Air Jordan 6 but this time with a military-inspired “British Khaki” colorway. On top of the colorway change is a new construction that uses a hairy suede all across the upper adding more depth and texture to the design.

 

Model:  Travis Scott x Fragment x Air Jordan 1 High

Drop date: 2021 

Approx. price: Unreleased

Travis Scott Sneaker Collab History: Mostly Hits, a Few Missesspicychickenwings

One of the most highly anticipated collaborations of 2021, the Travis Scott x Fragment x Air Jordan 1 High offers up a three-way collaboration from two of the biggest names in streetwear. It mixes signature design cues from both icons to create a hybrid aesthetic.

 

Model:  Travis Scott x Jordan Trunner LX

Drop date: Unreleased

Approx. price: Unreleased

Travis Scott Sneaker Collab History: Mostly Hits, a Few MissesNike

The Travis Scott x Jordan Trunner LX never saw a public release and was given exclusively to friends and family. “I didn’t want to do anything traditional. I’ve never seen the Trunner with so many colors on it. I wanted something different; to see that model differently,” Travis explained.

 

Model:  Travis Scott x Air Jordan 4 “Olive” and “Purple”

Drop date: Unreleased

Approx. price: Unreleased

Buy here: StockX (Olive) | StockX (Purple)

Travis Scott Sneaker Collab History: Mostly Hits, a Few MissesNice Kicks

The “Olive” Travis Scott x Air Jordan 4s, which are unreleased samples of the 2018 sneaker collab, have made but a few appearances on La Flame’s Instagram feed. The purple colorway was made exclusively for friends and family with only 1,000 pairs ever made.

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