Here's every unreleased Travis Scott x Nike sneaker (so far)

La Flame has twelve co-branded sneakers planned for the coming months (so far). Use this guide to keep track of what’s dropping, and when.

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Travis Scott has so many upcoming Nike collaborations, it’s hard to keep track of them all. Between more Air Jordan 1 Lows and his reworked Air Trainer 1 Mid, there are plenty of releases to look forward to — so long as you know when and where all Scott’s designs are dropping.

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Any shoe with the rapper’s name on it is guaranteed to sell out, and if you miss the initial release, you’ll pay a hefty price on resale sites. Mark your calendars and single out the pairs you want, before they come and go.

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Cactus Jack Air Max 1s

Initially teased in March for Air Max Day, Scott’s Air Max 1 sneaker takes inspiration from workwear and the desert. Cactus Jack patches decorate the upper, while the shoe’s traditional laces have been switched out for thick hiking laces.

Four other iterations of the Air Max 1 — in brown, black, lavender, and light gray color schemes — join the original yellow pair, and are expected to drop towards the end of 2021. Scott’s signature reverse Swoosh finishes off every pair.


Scott wearing his upcoming sneaker.


Cactus Jack Air Trainer 1 Mids

For those as obsessed with retro styles as Scott himself, the rapper has an Air Trainer 1 Mid set to drop soon. La Flame was seen wearing the brown sneakers, complete with reverse Swooshes and pink branding, in August, fueling rumors of an upcoming release.

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Two color schemes are set to arrive this holiday season, while two more will reportedly be released in the spring of 2022.

The Air Trainer 1 Mid, which gained popularity in ‘90s sports and during a ‘00s re-release, is a model deserving of a Scott makeover — and the hype that accompanies it. Just as the rapper made Nike’s Dunk sneaker nearly impossible to attain, his influence could quickly make the Air Trainer 1 Mid the brand’s next top model.


Cactus Jack Air Jordan 1

Scott previewed another upcoming pair on Instagram, showing off an Air Jordan 1 bearing a red toe box, black suede overlays, and animal prints across its mudguard. The rapper’s signature reverse Swoosh wasn’t in view — meaning the pair could be a custom — but the sneaker’s color blocking and vintage look suggest La Flame is behind this Nike project.

Cactus Jack Air Jordan 1 Lows

Nike’s Air Jordan 1 is one of Scott’s favorite models to work on: The artist dropped both a High and Low version of the sneaker this year alongside Fragment, and more Low iterations are expected from Travis in 2022.

While color schemes have yet to be revealed, you can count on the silhouette bearing Scott’s reverse Swoosh and Jordan Wings branding. Look out for more release info — and more impending collabs from Scott — later this year.

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