The collaboration to end all collaborations, Travis Scott x fragment design x Nike, is set to commence its second drop of the past few weeks. After the Air Jordan 1 High was released last week, sneakerheads worldwide are getting a crack at landing a pair of the low tops.

The project has long been rumored and only just recently confirmed. As is the case with most of these high profile collaborations, it was initially met with a mixture of disbelief and confusion — what do Travis Scott and fragment design have in common and why are they collaborating on a sneaker together — though that quickly subsided when the usual hype cycle took hold of people. That’s not to say that there weren’t many fans of both brands that placed both sneakers at the top of their wish lists when rumors first began circulating.

Regardless of how you feel about the drop, there’s no denying that it’s the biggest collaboration since Virgil Abloh’s original “The Ten” and might even beat out that stroke of genius on star-power alone. Read on below to find out how to increase your minuscule chances of landing a pair at retail.

How to buy the Travis Scott x fragment design x Nike Air Jordan 1 Low today

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Model: Air Jordan 1 Low

Release Date: August 13

Price: $150

Buy: Nike SNKRS and select retailers (check out our constantly updated list below)

Editor’s Notes: With the high-top release out of the way, Travis Scott's fragment design-assisted Air Jordan 1 Low is next up. Over the weekend, official images of the much-anticipated pair surfaced, along with release information courtesy of a wide range of retailers, who confirmed the August 13 release date.

The low-top version of the AJ1 is dressed in a similar white, black, and royal blue color scheme as the high-top model from Scott and fragment. The shoe is done up in white leather, with black and royal blue overlays, as the reverse Swoosh design from the earlier Travis Scott x Air Jordan 1 is also featured, this time rendered in sail and black tumbled leather. Additional branding emerges on the tongue tags and heels, where "Nike Air" resides and which incorporate Cactus Jack and fragment design iconography, as well as the Jordan ball and wings logo, respectively.

While you wait for the drop, you can check out our beginner's guide to Travis' sneaker collabs here.

Where to buy the Travis Scott x fragment design x Nike Air Jordan 1 Low this week

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