Celebrity Travis Scott and Nike Debut Air Jordan 1 collection, the Cactus Jack line

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Celebrity Travis Scott and Nike teamed up to celebrate the arrival of their summertime Air Jordan 1 collection, the Cactus Jack line.

This week, Travis Scott unveiled new Cactus Jack merchandise to go along with the launch of his highly anticipated “Reverse Mocha” Air Jordan 1 Low. This weekend, Barriers will release a joint project with Jackie Robinson’s estate. Maharishi and the renowned New York City graffiti group Irak have worked together on a special capsule. And Homer has finally received a new jewelry line from Frank Ocean.

 

The Reverse Mocha theme features  a collage artwork in addition to a brown and white color scheme. Crewneck sweaters, t-shirts, and zip-up hoodies are predominant among the wardrobe options. Shorts, accessories, sweatpants, and the highly sought-after Air Jordan 1 Low OG shoes. Fans of Travis Scott can still purchase the other goods via the rapper’s official website even though the shoes have already sold out.

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Travis Scott and Nike released a commercial on their social media accounts on July 19.The rapper from Astroworld uploaded the promotional video to his Instagram account with the following caption: “Avoid falling victim to the latest lows. Would you like to discuss this?” Javon Walton, the star of the television series Euphoria, goes by the moniker Wanna and plays the character Ashtray.

 

Travis Scott and Nike released a commercial on their social media accounts on July 19.  The rapper from Astroworld uploaded the promotional video to his Instagram account with the following caption: “”Don’t get caught in the new lows. Wanna we gotta talk about this.”

Javon Walton, the star of the television series Euphoria, goes by the moniker Wanna and plays the character Ashtray.

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