Sneakerheads have grown accustomed to seeing musicians receive their own signature sneaker models, but none have come close to becoming as hyped and widespread as the collaborations between Nike and artist/rapper Travis Scott. Releasing a plethora of Air Jordan 1 models and colorways, to even receiving his own signature silhouette, we'll see yet another Travis Scott drop come this September.

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Travis Scott has released some of the most sought-after Air Jordan models, often characterized by his Cactus Jack detailing or iconic backwards Nike Swoosh. The Air Jordan 1 Low OG has been a favorite for Scott and the sneaker community, even seeing figures like UFC President Dana White rocking his own custom pairs of the sneaker.

The Travis Scott Nike and Jordan lines are typically seen in earth-toned colorways, often combining colors like green, brown, and tan to create recognizable editions of his sneakers. This upcoming pair is no different as Scott combines light hues of green and white to create the “Medium Olive” Air Jordan 1 Low OG.

Travis Scott x Air Jordan 1 Low OG “Medium Olive”

This Air Jordan 1 Low OG comes in a familiar theme as we see these don the long-awaited Medium Olive color throughout the toebox and side panels of the uppers. The beautiful green hue is seen in suede and is contrasted by white leather along the eyestays and toe. The midsole is done in off-white and the outsole is finished in the same Medium Olive color.

The oversized, reversed black Nike Swoosh serves as a nod to Travis Scott along with his Cactus Jack logo along the heels. We see a vibrant red color accent the Nike Air logo across the tongue and we'll see this pair come with white laces and a spare pink set as well. All in all, we're set for another hyped release from Travis Scott and given the nature of his previous drops, these will be tough to land on release day.

The Travis Scott x Air Jordan 1 Low OG “Medium Olive” has been confirmed for a September 9, 2024 release date and the shoes should come in full sizing with adjusted pricing. The pair is expected to hit Nike SNKRS App and select Nike retailers for a tag of $150, but expect these to take a steep hike in price once they hit the resale market. Don't forget to mark your calendars and keep up with our Sneakers news for more upcoming releases!