The collaboration between Air Jordan x Travis Scott is seeing some changes, with the rapper/producer leaving behind the Jordan 1 and rumoured to be taking on the AJ7 for the first time. Given these upcoming changes, we thought we’d take a look through a list of Travis Scott Jordans.
Air Jordan x Travis Scott 4 Retro Cactus Jack (2018)
After his debut on the AF1, Travis took on the AJ4 for his first Jordan silhouette. Coming in a bright blue and black colourway, the Cactus Jack 4s have steadily gained value over the years due to the collab’s hype reputation and the increasing popularity of the Jordan 4.
Air Jordan x Travis Scott 4 Retro Purple Friends and Family (2019)
The Travis Jordan 4s also dropped in a purple colourway the following year. Limited to a Friends and Family release, only 1,000 pairs were made, making these extremely valuable.
Air Jordan x Travis Scott 33 NRG Army Olive (2019)
This pair stands apart from the other Cactus Jack offerings, intended to garner hype for a new Jordan model rather than put a new spin on a classic. While they were quickly snatched up on release, they haven’t had the aftermarket staying power of other collabs.
Air Jordan x Travis Scott 1 Retro High (2019)
Widely regarded as one of the best Jordan 1 designs, cementing the status of the Travis collaboration. The upper features overlays of mocha brown suede and introduces the iconic oversized Reverse Swooshes.
Air Jordan x Travis Scott 1 Low OG ‘Dark Mocha’ (2019)
It didn’t take long for the first low top AJ1s to drop. This pair keeps the same mocha suede, but swaps out the High’s white tumbled leather for some matte black suede, with white Swooshes on the sides.
Air Jordan x Travis Scott Cactus Jack 6 ‘Medium Olive’ (2019)
The Cactus Jack series to a big leap with the Jordan 6 Medium Olive. This military look with added pouches on the ankles was inspired by Travis’ own personal workwear-inspired aesthetic.
Air Jordan x Travis Scott Retro 6 British Khaki (2021)
In early 2021, Travis returned to his utilitarian, militaristic take on the 6s, coming in a dusty khaki suede. The British Khaki also features glow-in-the-dark material on its Air midsole.
Air Jordan 1 High x Fragment Design x Travis Scott (2021)
Another series standout is the three-way collab with Fragment Design. The blue and white colourway was selected by Hiroshi Fujiwara, based on an original sample colourway from the 80s.
Air Jordan 1 Low x Fragment Design x Travis Scott (2021)
Just like with the Mochas, a low top variant of the Fragments soon followed.
Air Jordan 1 x Travis Scott Low Reverse Mocha (2022)
The biggest release of summer 2022, the classic coffee lows are mixed with cool milky leather overlays.
Air Jordan x Travis Scott 1 Low OG Black Phantom (2022)
Unlike any of the other colourways, these lows are coated in a sleek, all-over jet-black colourway. The overlays on the suede upper, including the Reverse Swooshes, are highlighted with bright white stitching.
Air Jordan x Travis Scott 1 Low OG SP WMNS Olive (2023)
This WMNS exclusive borrows elements from the previous mocha colourways, with white leather on black suede. The Swooshes come in olive leather, with unique racing-themed Jordan branding on the insoles.