Travis Scott 'Fragment of Your Imagination': Price and how to buy Air Jordan 1 sneakers

Even Travis Scott's daughter Stormi Webster sported a kid-size version of the shoes while attending a red carpet event with him and Kylie Jenner


                            Travis Scott 'Fragment of Your Imagination': Price and how to buy Air Jordan 1 sneakers
The new limited edition Fragment X AJ1 sneakers released by Travis Scott (R) (Photo by Rich Fury/Getty Images)

Rapper Travis Scott took the world of streetwear by storm as he dropped the latest Air Jordan 1 Retro High sneakers in collaboration with Nike. The limited-edition 'Fragment of Your Imagination' shoes are truly one of their kind and undoubtedly one of the most sought after by sneakerheads. Scott released the sneakers in a raffle on July 30, 2021, on his website and his fans are already lining up to get their hands on a hot new pair of this beauty designed by Peter Moore.

Scott, who is often nicknamed 'La Flame', announced the release of the sneakers with a tweet, where he said, "I made a small amount of these for the gang and I had to make sure that I save some for guys love y’all so much." He also provided a link to his online merchandise shop for everyone to participate in the raffle. The shoes were previously donned by the 'Astroworld' hitmaker himself while performing on stage. Even his daughter Stormi Webster sported a kid-size version of the same while attending a red carpet event with him and Kylie Jenner. Read on to find out more details about the shoes and how to avail the same. 

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Travis Scott performs at E11EVEN on July 25, 2021, in Miami, Florida sporting the AJ1 Fragment sneakers (Photo by Jason Koerner/Getty Images for E11EVEN)

The Fragment Design x Travis Scott x Air Jordan 1 Retro High brings together the latest fad in the sneaker culture with this stunning Military-Blue pair. The foundational sneaker is compacted in white tumbled leather, flaunting Scott's signature inverted Swoosh in black leather. Royal blue hits adorn the toe box, collar flap and heel overlay, giving the design an unmatched oomph. 

The heel overlay on the right shoe is stamped with Fragment's lightning bolt logo while Scott's record label Cactus Jack logo is embossed on the left shoe. Similar to La Flame's 2019 AJ1 collection, the new Fragment AJ1 also has a hidden pouch built into the black nylon collar. On the lateral ankle side, branding elements are included like the standard Nike Air woven tongue tag, a secondary Cactus Jack tongue tag and a Jordan Wings logo. The shoe gets a vintage aesthetic appeal from a rubber cupsole with pre-yellowed sidewalls.

The raffle closed within minutes of starting as eager fans were already waiting for hours to catch the drop. On Twitter, hundreds of fans even urged the rapper to send them a pair. They cited reasons like being a Houston native like him or even because their previous orders from Scott's shop did not get shipped on time. 

Travis Scott, Kylie Jenner, and Stormi Webster attend the The 72nd Annual Parsons Benefit at Pier 17 on June 15, 2021 in New York City, with Stormi sporting the Fragment AJ1 shoes (Photo by Craig Barritt/Getty Images for The New School)

If you have missed out on the raffle, worry not. The sneakers can still be availed on websites like GOAT. However, the price here can seem quite steep for the pocket, especially when compared to the original price of $200. A new pair on GOAT can be purchased at $2,495. The price might seem a bit exorbitant, but that would never stop a true sneakerhead.

On Twitter, YouTuber GeorgeNotFound tweeted, "Travis scott i like this shoe can i have a pair please", to which gamer Quackity responded saying, "Travis there’s this other guy called Sapnap asking for shoes but he’s actually going to re sell them please give your shoes to George."

Meanwhile, game streamer Sapnap tweeted, "Travis I am from Houston please give me some shoes."

"Bro you never got back @me @trvisXX Don’t mind if you put me w the gang and get save me a pair instead of the 6s," one fan tweeted, reminding Scott of the time he promised to get him a new pair of his previous edition sneakers after his order got stolen at FedEx.



 



 



 



 

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