For Air Max 270, Travis Scott is far from done when it comes to footwear collaborations, and after unveiling a full-blown collection with Dior at Paris Fashion Week, the multi-platinum rapper is switching gears and turning our attention back to his offerings with Jordan Brand. Next up for La Flame is a major three-way partnership alongside Hiroshi Fujiwara‘s fragment design: the Travis Scott x fragment x Air Jordan 1 High “Military Blue”.
The Travis Scott x Fragment x Air Jordan 1 High OG SP Military Blue comes dressed in a Sail, Black, Military Blue, and Shy Pink color scheme. This Air Jordan 1 features a White leather upper with a Blue toe box, ankle flaps, heels, and rubber outsole while having Travis’ signature flipped Black Swooshes on the sides. “Cactus Jack” branding on the tongue and a stitched up smiley face on the left heel, while Hiroshi Fujiwara’s double lightning bolt motif can be seen on the right completes the design.Stringing together its design are midsoles that come pre-yellowed and outsoles that are dialed to its titular shade.
This Nike Daybreak Type Pomegranate comes dressed in a Black, Solar Flare, White, and Volt color scheme. This Nike Daybreak Type features a Black canvas base with Tan Swooshes and heels, which is covered with facts about the plant. The tongues feature the embroidered plant with Cork detailing around the rear atop a flecked cinder waffle outsole completes the design.Despite the change in theme, the pair features elements signature to previous subjects. For example, cork outfits quite a bit of the counter, complimenting the Swoosh and heel tab. But in the latter’s text, it describes only the Pomegranate’s scientific name, part of use, and habitat, setting the stage for the full-color embroideries that dress the tongue.
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