Travis Scott x Fragment x Air Jordan 1 shoes: Price and how to buy hot new sneakers
The ‘Highest in the Room’ hitmaker has collaborated with Hiroshi Fujiwara and Air Jordan to create Travis Scott x Fragment x Air Jordan 1 shoes
Travis Scott surely knows how to pocket fat paycheques as he continues his lucrative collaborations with several top global brands apart from making money from his rap career. Travis, who already joined hands with Air Jordan 1 in 2019, is all set for his fresh collaboration with the legendary brand that has already hyped the sneaker fans.
The ‘Highest in the Room’ hitmaker has collaborated with Hiroshi Fujiwara and Air Jordan to create the much-awaited Travis Scott x Fragment x Air Jordan 1 shoes that are all set to hit the shelves at the end of July. The much-awaited Nike collaboration is a hybrid between two of the hottest Air Jordan 1s ever made. The latest one combines the 2014 fragment design x Air Jordan 1 with the 2019 Travis Scott x Air Jordan 1.
How much do Travis Scott x Fragment x Air Jordan 1 shoes cost?
The official images of the shoes were released on Thursday, July 15. As soon as the pictures hit the internet, Travis quickly reserved a spot on the trending list of Twitter. The latest variation of the shoes comes with premium leather constructions and backward Swooshes on the lateral panels. Fans, who have been eagerly waiting for the latest Travis Scott shoes will have to shell out $200, as reported by Sneaker News. As of now, only the men's collection will hit the internet for sale. The shoes will be available in Sail/Black/Military Blue/Shy Pink colors.
How to buy Travis Scott x Fragment x Air Jordan 1 shoes?
Travis has been teasing the latest crossover for almost a year now. The much-awaited Travis Scott x Fragment x Air Jordan 1 will be finally up for sale on July 29, 2021.
What is the latest crossover about?
Travis, who has earlier raked in an impressive amount of money from collaborations with Nike, McDonald's and Fortnite, will be looking forward to up his net worth with the latest business deal. The new crossover features Hiroshi Fujiwara's signature "Sport Blue", whereas the majority of the AJ1 is painted in a crisp white hue to give a perfect contrast. If noticed closely, the banner “fragment design" is spelled out adjacent to the Nike Air branding on the tongues. The iconic Swoosh logos are placed on both sides of the base and the heels that split between the Cactus Jack head on the left shoe and fragment‘s signature bolt logo on the right.