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Brand:Jordan Brand

Model:Travis Scott x Air Jordan 33 “Army Olive”

Key Features: Mixed material upper consisting of textile, suede, leather and synthetics, “Cactus Jack” branding adorning the left tongue and insole, the sneaker’s signature and all-new FastFit closure system is detailed with “Pull To Eject” hang tags to correlate with Jumpman’s “flight” theme, custom branded ankle straps and full-length tooling.

Release Date: February 14

Price: $200

Buy:Nike and select retailers such as END.

Editor’s Notes: Following last year’s “Cactus Jack” Air Jordan 4 and the recent surprise-drop of the reverse-swoosh Air Jordan 1, Jordan Brand and Travis Scott’s partnership continues with the all-new Air Jordan 33.

Rendered in an earthy and military-inspired color palette that mixes Army Olive, Ale Brown, Sail, and Black, the sneaker’s notable details are listed in the aforementioned notes above.

After END. Clothing announced a Valentine’s Day release for the collaboration, Nike has now confirmed it by adding the sneaker to its launch calendars in both Europe and the United States.

With Travis Scott and Jordan Brand’s partnership apparently expanding at a rapid rate, the co-branded Air Jordan 33 is likely to be the latest in a series of upcoming drops.

During the Travis Scott’s performance at the Grammy Awards we got our first look at what looks to be a Cactus Jack-themed Nike Air Jordan 1 low, while the reverse-Swoosh AJ1 high surprise-dropped during said performance.

At time of writing the sneaker has sold out on Nike’s European sites, while a US release is set to follow later today.

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Words by Renz Ofiaza
Staff Writer

scribbling by day, architect by night

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