A Complete History of Travis Scott Sneaker Collabs

Travis Scott could make a compelling case for the most influential man in sneakers right now.

While the size, scale or SKUs associated with his name don’t measure up to Mike, LeBron or his mentor Kanye, young La Flame has made sure to deliver the heat over the last few years with a slew of sneaker collabs.

Originally signed to Reebok during his mixtape come up, his partnership with the vector did not make for any co-branded releases but did set the foundation for the endorsement work he’d do in the future with Nike, Helmet Lang and of course Jordan Brand.

See the complete history of Travis Scott sneaker collabs below.

Travis Scott x Helmut Lang

Travis Scott x Helmut Lang
Travis Scott x Helmut Lang Nylon Low Top “Coffee”
Travis Scott x Helmut Lang
Travis Scott x Helmut Lang Nylon High Top “Coffee”
Travis Scott x Helmut Lang
Travis Scott x Helmut Lang Nylon High Top “Black”
Travis Scott x Helmut Lang
Travis Scott x Helmut Lang Nylon Low Top “Black”

Release Date: January 30, 2017

Consisting of clothes and kicks, the Travis Scott x Helmut Lang collection launched in January of 2017. As for the footwear, the Nylon High Top and Nylon Low Top composed said category, with both styles sporting dual branding and custom patches on the tongues.

Made in Italy, black and coffee colorways dress each cut, coming in at $596 for the Highs and $395 for the Lows, respectively.

Travis Scott x Jordan Trunner LX

Travis Scott x Jordan Trunner LX “Cactus Jack”
Travis Scott x Jordan Trunner LX “Cactus Jack” (photo by @arab_lincoln)
Jordan Trunner LX "Cactus Jack"
Travis Scott x Jordan Trunner LX “Cactus Jack” (photo by @arab_lincoln)

Release Date: Unreleased Friends & Family Exclusive 2017

Riffing off Raf Ozweegos perhaps in regards to color blocking, the unreleased Travis Scott x Jordan Trunner LX saw La Flame’s early induction to Jordan Brand.

“I didn’t want to do anything traditional,” said Travis when speaking on his first collab. “I’ve never seen the Trunner with so many colors on it. I wanted something different; to see that model differently.”

Travis Scott x Nike Air Force 1

Travis Scott x Nike Air Force 1 Low (photo by Sneaker Politics)
Travis Scott x Nike Air Force 1 Low (photo by Sneaker Politics)
Travis Scott x Nike Air Force 1 Low (photo by Sneaker Politics)
Travis Scott x Nike Air Force 1 Low
Travis Scott x Nike Air Force 1 Low
Travis Scott in the Travis Scott x Nike Air Force 1 Low
Travis Scott in the Travis Scott x Nike Air Force 1 Low (photo via Billboard)

Release Date: December 5, 2017

Releasing alongside Air Force 1 collabs from the likes of Don C and Rocafella Records, the Travis Scott x Nike Air Force 1 Low may go down as the most sought after sneaker from the AF1’s white-on-white relaunch.

Worn by Travis on the regular, the Nike Boy displayed the same DIY ethos introduced by Virgil on many an Off-White collab with nods to La Flame heating up this release.

The shoes made for a great creative canvas, allowing wearers to swap and invert modular branding. Even better, some sneakerheads dyed their pair to include Travis. The tie-dye takes are pretty sick, too.

Travis Scott in a dyed pair of the Travis Scott x Nike Air Force 1 Low

Travis Scott x Air Jordan 4 “Cactus Jack”

Travis Scott x Air Jordan 4 “Cactus Jack”
Travis Scott in the Travis Scott x Air Jordan 4 “Cactus Jack” (photo by Gabe Oshin)

Release Date: June 9, 2018

Retailing for $225, the Travis Scott x Air Jordan 4 “Cactus Jack” saw an homage to the Oilers. Releasing as the first official JB collab from La Flame, the brand celebrated Scott in Houston with a special Cactus Jack Carnival.

History will tie this shoe to its two unreleased counterparts, but it’s also been related to the “Raptors” Air Jordan 4 previously associated with Drake.

With this collab, Travis joined the likes of KAWS, Eminem and UNDFTD as entities to have an AJ4 release.

Travis Scott x Air Jordan 4 “Purple Suede”

Travis Scott x Air Jordan 4 “Purple Suede” (photo by Gabe Oshin)
Travis Scott x Air Jordan 4 “Purple Suede” (photo by Gabe Oshin)
Travis Scott in the Travis Scott x  Air Jordan 4 “Purple Suede”
Travis Scott in the Travis Scott x  Air Jordan 4 “Purple Suede”

Release Date: Unreleased Friends & Family Exclusive 2018

Is the Travis Scott x Air Jordan 4 “Purple Suede” the best collab from the young artist? We just might have to say ‘yes.’

Sadly, they’ve never released.

Travis and his DJ Chase B have been seen rocking them on the regular with few other friends or family members even having access to a pair.

Travis Scott x Air Jordan 4 “Olive”

Travis Scott x Air Jordan 4 "Olive"
Travis Scott x Air Jordan 4 “Olive” (photo by @Depeche23Mode)
Travis Scott in the Travis Scott x Air Jordan 4 “Olive”
Travis Scott in the Travis Scott x Air Jordan 4 “Olive”

Release Date: Unreleased Friends & Family Exclusive 2018

The Travis Scott x Air Jordan 4 “Olive” was actually the first of La Flame’s AJ 4s to leak.

Worn by his boo Kylie Jenner, the shoe also dubbed as “Khaki” or “Dark Grey” is once again only made for those in his inner circle.

Pairs have popped up on the likes of Scott and Sheck Wes, varying in heel branding and midsole blocking.

Travis Scott x Nike Air Force 1 “Sail”

Travis Scott x Nike Air Force 1 “Sail”

Release Date: August 10, 2018

A slight update on the previous AF1 collab, the Travis Scott x Nike Air Force 1 “Sail” simply skewed the hue on the OG to a more yellowish-tan, worn tone.

Once again they came with removable branding, making these a fun wear for fans of all ages.

Travis Scott x Air Jordan 1

Travis Scott x Air Jordan 1
Travis Scott x Air Jordan 1
Travis Scott in the Travis Scott x Air Jordan 1 for Rolling Stone

Release Date: February 10, 2019

Dropping during the Grammy Awards on SNKRS — and on the 15th anniversary of The College Dropout — the Travis Scott x Air Jordan 1 released in quickstrike fashion.

We would expect more pairs to hit the web and stores in the near future, but for now we have our fingers crossed.

Travis Scott x Air Jordan 1 Low “Grammy”

Travis Scott x Air Jordan 1 Low “Grammy” (photo by Emma McIntyre/Getty Images)

Release Date: Unreleased 2019

Debuted at the Grammy Awards on-foot by La Flame, a new Travis Scott x Air Jordan 1 Low sees Gucci colors of green and red on what looks like a canvas upper. Backwards branding is present on the lateral side of each shoe with medial logos taking to a frayed look popular on past SBs.

Travis Scott x Air Jordan 33

Travis Scott x Air Jordan 33 (photo via House of Heat)

Release Date: February 14, 2019

All-Star Weekend and a love of hoops find the Travis Scott x Air Jordan 33 set to take flight on Valentine’s Day.

Pure performance meshed with Cactus Jack juice, this sees La Flame’s first foray in modern basketball.

Travis Scott x Air Jordan 6

Travis Scott x Air Jordan 6
Travis Scott in the Travis Scott x Air Jordan 6
Travis Scott x Air Jordan 6
Travis Scott x Air Jordan 6

Release Date: Spring/Summer 2019

Debuted on stage by Travis Scott at Super Bowl 53, the Travis Scott x Air Jordan 6 appears to be another hit from JB.

Redressing the Jordan 6 in olive tones and adding a stash pocket, pairs are projected to release at retail in spring/summer of 2019.

Travis Scott x Air Jordan 1 Low

Travis Scott x Air Jordan 1 Low
Travis Scott in the Travis Scott x Air Jordan 1 Low
Travis Scott in the Travis Scott x Air Jordan 1 Low (photo by Jason Berry)

Release Date: September 2019

Will the Air Jordan 1 Low be a sleeper hit in 2019? If Travis Scott can assist, then yes, it will.

Taking the tones of his high top take and cutting it below the ankle, the Travis Scott x Air Jordan 1 Low has been previewed with a heavier balance of browns.

Reports indicate we could see this style release this fall.

Travis Scott x Nike Air Force 1

 

 

View this post on Instagram

 

A post shared by flame (@travisscott) on

 

Release Date: Unknown

First previewed in 2018, Travis’ latest take on the Air Force 1 is much more Bespoke than previous DIY styles.

An homage to premium pairs from the 2000s of sorts, baseball stitching, Texas tagging and a host of panels make for a carnival colorway that screams Astroworld.

Total
4
Shares