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First dropped in extremely limited quantities on February 10, during Travis Scott's Grammys performance, followed by a re-release via the rapper's social media on April 30, the hotly anticipated Air Jordan 1 "Cactus Jack" had its general release today.

Beforehand sneakerheads scared of taking a third "L" on this most exciting Jordan Brand release were parting with over $700 to secure the kicks at StockX.

The brown upper, white accented high-top notably comes with a black Nike "Swoosh" in reverse positioning, all sitting atop a sail midsole and brown sole. The AJ1s have been among the most talked about sneakers of 2019 to date, which goes some way to explaining the current resale mark-up of just over 400 percent of the retail price tag.

That said, if you can't bear the thought of being third time unlucky and have the cash to splash, head over to StockX and secure this collectible pair today via the link below.

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