Travis Scott and Nike recently announced their collaboration on the Air Force 1 “Cactus Jack”.
This is Scott’s third collab with the Air Force 1 Low, but this new makeup has a brand new style and a inspiration from previous makeups.
The new version serves as a workwear-inspired homage to the stars Texas roots.
Nike Air Force 1 “Cactus Jack” by Travis Scott
Cactus Jack features hard-wearing materials such as corduroy, leather, suede, duck canvas, flannel, burlap, wool as well as camouflage.
It has kind of a patchwork-style look with a rough textures and printed graphics.
Probably the most striking feature is the removable lace cover on each tongue which is secured with a heavy-gauge brass zipper and the snaps on each heel.It’s significant as it represents Scott’s childhood home of Missouri City, Texas. “Cactus Jack” text and jagged prints appear on the quarter.
Lime green contrast stitching and a gum outsole make it stand out and the overall workwear philosophy also speaks to Scott’s diligent work ethic.
The new release comes with a special shoebox featuring a pull-out drawer design made of dark beige cardboard. The main design has a large angled baby blue Nike Swoosh logo right on the top of the box.
The left side has a random smiley face motif, while the other sides say Cactus Jack written in black metal typography and Cyrillic script on a window panel.
What do you think?