Your first look: Travis Scott x Nike SB Dunk Low sneakers

Posted: 11 February 2020 11:45 am
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Find out when and where you can get your hands on Travis Scott's next sneaker project - the Nike SB Dunk Low "Cactus Jack".

Travis Scott fans, listen up! The first leak of another upcoming pair of kicks has just been unveiled. After the sneakers appeared in one of his music videos, fans went crazy, wondering when they can get their hands on a pair.

It follows the same unique style and aesthetic as the previous projects. A detailed banana print is featured in a dark navy colourway with contrasting elements throughout. There's a surprise backdrop of a plaid pattern, but it doesn't cover the whole shoe. We're obsessed with the lightly coloured and smooth leathers, as well as the dark navy blue Swoosh.

You can spot the standard "Cactus Jack" branding lines on the patch of the tongue, something that Travis Scott isn't going to give up any time soon.

What's the release date? Mark your calendars and set those reminders for 29 February.

When they are available for release, you'll be able to shop directly from Nike. In the meantime, you can shop other styles from the brand from stores like Platypus Shoes, JD Sports and Hype DC.

If you're a loyal Travis Scott fan, you'll know that this isn't his first collaboration with the signature Nike brand. New releases have been dropping as early as August last year. You need to check out the Air Jordan 6 Cactus Jack, the Cactus Jack apparel line, the Air Force 1 Low Cactus Jack and the Air Max 270 React.

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