Best Travis Scott Shoes: Top 13 Sneaker Collaborations Ranked

Best Travis Scott Shoes: Top 13 Sneaker Collaborations Ranked

Whether it’s because of his music, his baby mama, Kylie Jenner, or recent controversies around Astroworld, Travis Scott has become one of the biggest names in music. As a result, Scott has a number of coveted sneaker collaborations with Nike, Jordan and Fragment which are now a big part of the Travis Scott phenomenon. Here we rank some of the best Travis Scott shoes:

13. Nike Air Force 1 Low x Travis Scott ‘Cactus Jack’

Nike Air Force 1 Low x Travis Scott Cactus Jack PUSHASWith this rendition of the Nike Air Force 1 Low, Travis Scott pays respect to Houston, Texas, his birthplace, using a variety of materials on the top along with natural tones and designs that are inspired by the outdoors. The upper of Travis Scott’s Air Force 1 Low collaboration is made of tough canvas patches in brown, lilac, blue, and black and reflect elements of Scott's upbringing. There are Cactus Jack logos throughout the silhouette and the design is completed by a sail midsole and gum rubber outsole.

Release date: November 16th 2019

12. Air Max 270 x Travis Scott ‘Cactus Trails’

Air Max 270 Travis Scott Cactus Trails PUSHASFor the Air Max 270 x Travis Scott ‘Cactus Trails’, Scott teamed up with Nike for this project, and for a unique rollout with a '90s-themed website and fake products like "pre-worn socks" and a bag of sand to finish the sneaker's outdoor aesthetic. Scott even called on the real Cactus Jack (former professional wrestler Mick Foley) to appear in the promo material.

The actual shoes are made from the Air Max 270 React ENG model and are covered in an earthy color scheme that includes a fleece ankle collar, a midsole that has been given a worn-in appearance, and the 270 Air unit.

Release date: May 29th 2020

11. Air Jordan 6 x Travis Scott 'Olive'

Air Jordan 6 x Travis Scott Olive PUSHASTravis Scott's Jordan 6 'Olive' draws inspiration from the military, most notably by adding a cargo pouch to the lateral ankle collar. The shoe has a red embroidered Nike and Jordan logo on the tongue and left heel. La Flame's recognizable "Cactus Jack" design may also be seen on the right heel and the lace locks. A black and white midsole with translucent rubber outsole parts rests above this olive and "Infrared" upper. The outsole's translucent regions shine in the dark as well.

Release date: October 11th 2019

10. Air Max 1 x Travis Scott Cactus Jack ‘Baroque Brown’ (2022)

Air Max 1 x Travis Scott Cactus Jack ‘Baroque Brown’ (2022) PUSHASTravis Scott's Air Max 1 'Baroque Brown' looks like a traditional runner, with hiking style influencers. The hue, called 'Baroque Brown', was inspired by Scott's own personal style as well as earlier releases. Earth tones dominate the design, with cream yellows adorning the mesh base, Swoosh inverted, and midsole. The laces are a drawstring Gillie lacing system which is something you’d more commonly find on hiking boots. This Air Max 1 collaboration also comes in another colorway - 'Saturn Gold'.

Release date: May 27th 2022

9. Air Jordan 6 x Travis Scott Retro 'British Khaki' (2021)


La Flame's second Jordan 6 collaboration honored the Jordan 6's 30th anniversary and further solidified the "Cactus Jack" alliance as one of Nike's most significant partnerships. The Air Jordan 6 x Travis Scott Retro 'British Khaki', like its 'Olive' 2019 predecessor, has a plethora of glow-in-the-dark embellishments all over its upper and sole unit. Along with canvas accents and storage pockets, the retro's premium, hairy suede structure indulges in a monochromatic design. In honor of the Jordan 6's milestone year, the heels are marked with "NIKE AIR" writing. The Houston native's personal logos can be found on the medial midsole, lace toggle, sock lining, stow pocket lining, and the semi-translucent outsole.

Release date: April 20th 2021

8. Nike Air Force 1 Low x Travis Scott ‘White’ & 'Sail'

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To mark the Air Force 1's 35th anniversary, Nike released five pairs of Air Force 1s that were designed by Virgil Abloh, Acronym, Don C, Roc-A-Fella, and Travis Scott. Travis Scott's Air Force 1 Low comes in two colorways - 'White' and 'Sail'. The canvas upper of the Travis Scott x Air Force 1 has reflective trim all around it. The heel features Nike Air branding that is upside down, while the Swoosh logo has a changeable Velcro application. A gum rubber outsole is featured for traction, while the traditional white midsole houses Air cushioning.

Release date: August 10th 2018

7. Nike SB Dunk Low x Travis Scott 'Cactus Jack'


The Nike SB Dunk Low x Travis Scott 'Cactus Jack' was first released on Travis Scott's official website, then released at local skate retailers. The shoe comes packaged in a multicolored striped Nike SB box and has replaceable paisley and plaid pattern overlays in addition to a beige nubuck base upper with a "Cactus Jack" debossed design at the rear. A grey sockliner, contrast trim, and eye-catching frizzy rope laces serve as further aesthetic accents. The branding features include paisley pattern Nike SB marked insoles, black and light pink midfoot Swooshes, Cactus Jack tags on the puffy tongues, and "NIKE" stitched at the heels. A tan midsole with contrast stitching and a beige rubber outsole complete the shoe's style.

Release date: February 29th 2020

6. Air Jordan 1 High OG SP Fragment x Travis Scott (2021)

Next up for La Flame is the Travis Scott x fragment x Air Jordan 1 High 'Military Blue', which also has Hiroshi Fujiwara's fragment design. The superior leather structures and the Swooshes on the lateral panels of this variety are similar to those on the rapper's debut Air Jordan 1 collaboration. White dominates the mid-foot, forefoot overlays, and nylon tongues of the uppers, while "Military Blue" accents are seen on the toe boxes, ankle flaps, and lower heel overlays. The collars, laces, Swoosh emblems on either side of the base all include black elements. The heels have fragment's distinctive bolt logo on the right shoe and the Cactus Jack head on the left, also in black.

Release date: July 29th 2021

5. Air Jordan 1 Low x Travis Scott 'Mocha'

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The Travis Scott Jordan 1 High was followed by the Jordan 1 Low, which dropped in extremely small numbers and attained the same buzz and sought status as the first model. With the same reversed Swoosh pattern as the original high-top, Scott once more showed his penchant for earthy tones. The huge reversed Swoosh is made of white leather to contrast with the premium nubuck upper's black and brown tones. The embroidered heel logos and tongue tags have red accents, and the simple style is finished off by a Sail midsole.

Release date: July 19th 2019

4. Air Jordan 1 Low OG SP Travis Scott 'Reverse Mocha' (2022)


This Air Jordan 1 Low x Travis Scott collab was nicknamed the 'Reverse Mocha' for its flipped colour-blocking of the original Jordan 1 Low 'Mocha' released in 2019. The upper of this shoe is made up of white leather overlays, a Mocha Durabuck base, and identifiable reverse Swooshes. Red highlights on the woven tongue label and the heel embroidery of the Wings logo sharply contrast the design's subdued appearance. The last touch is a vintage Air sole that is worn out.

Release date: July 21st 2022

3. Air Jordan 1 Low x Travis Scott x Fragment (2021)

The Air Jordan 1 Low x Travis Scott x Fragment released only weeks after the Air Jordan 1 High x Travis Scott x Fragment collaboration was released. This low-top Air Jordan 1 boasts a white leather base with blue and royal blue overlays, sharing similar color blocking with the Air Jordan 1 High. The reverse Swoosh logo of Travis Scott can be seen on the lateral side, along with "Cactus Jack" branding on the tongue and a stitched smiley face on the left heel, and the twin lightning bolt motif of Hiroshi Fujiwara on the right.

Release date: August 13th 2021

2. Air Jordan 4 x Travis Scott 'Cactus Jack' (2018)


The Air Jordan 4 x Travis Scott 'Cactus Jack' plays homage to a previous era of Houston football, when the team played in the colors red, white, and light blue. The shoe has waxed laces, a bright red inside, and a paneled baby blue nubuck upper with black netting underlays. The shoe's speckled wings, Travis Scott's "Cactus Jack," and Jordan Brand's Jumpman insignia can be found on the tongue, heel, and insoles, respectively.

Release date: June 9th 2018

1. Air Jordan 1 High x Travis Scott 'Mocha'

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The Travis Scott x Air Jordan 1 High ‘Mocha’ became one of the most coveted silhouettes from the Nike x Travis Scott partnership. It's popularity prompted Nike to release a general release version of the shoe, the Air Jordan 1 High 'Dark Mocha', which also became one of the most highly sort after silhouettes. The Travis Scott x Air Jordan 1 High ‘Mocha’ has a lateral side Swoosh that is large and facing backward. The University Red Cactus Jack and Nike branding on the tongue and the debossed Scott's face emblem on the heel add accents to the tumbled white leather and Dark Mocha suede construction.

Release date: May 11th 2019

Special Mention: Nike Dunk Low Travis Scott x Playstation


How can we forget the Nike Dunk Low Travis Scott x Playstation collab. This sneaker was revealed in an ultra-exclusive giveaway, where only five winners were chosen. We didn't include this in our top list as only 24 pairs were made for the friends and family edition and there was no general or limited release. Regardless, it's one of the rarest and most hyped sneakers on the market. 

A two-tone upper in a subdued blue and grey-brown color palette is featured on the Playstation Dunk. The side features a reverse Swoosh, a Cactus Jack trademark, along with "SONY" imprinted on the heel tag and Japanese-style PlayStation logo on the lateral heel. "Playstation" is printed across the soles, one shoe in English and one shoe in Japanese. This shoe is the grail of grails.


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