The release day for the Travis Scott x Nike SB Dunk Low is finally upon us.

The shoe was first teased by Scott in his JACKBOYS music video, as well as on his Instagram feed and story several times over the past few months.

Scott is a self-proclaimed fan of Nike SBs, having worn some of the rarest Dunk lows such as the Nike SB Dunk Low “Freddy Kruger” and the “Paris” samples in the past. With his strong ties to Nike, it was only a matter of time before the brand’s most marketable collaborator got to design his own pair.

Why the Travis Scott x Nike SB Dunk Low matters

A lot has been made of the Nike SB Dunk revival over the past 18 months, though it’s only been recently that the silhouette has gained a foothold among sneakerheads again. Once one of the most popular types of sneakers in the mid ’00s, the value and popularity of the sneaker dropped sharply as other styles such as basketball sneakers and runners saw an uptick in hype.

Now, though, spearheaded by Travis Scott’s love for the silhouette, the Nike SB Dunk is well and truly back. Like his Jordan Brand collaborations, the Travis Scott x Nike SB Dunk will likely be one of the hardest cops of the year.

How to buy the Travis Scott x Nike SB Dunk Low

Brand: Travis Scott x Nike SB

Model: Dunk Low

Key Features: Travis Scott's "Cactus Jack" Dunk Low features a nubuck upper with removable paisley and plaid print overlays. The sneaker, which comes with rope laces, is marked with Cactus Jack branding on the tongue, black and pink Swooshes, "Nike" embroidery on the heel, and Nike SB-printed insoles.

Release Date: Available now

Price: $150


Editor’s Notes: After months of leaks and teasers, Travis Scott’s new Nike SB Dunk Low collaboration surprise-dropped last weekend via a raffle on La Flame’s official webstore.

The highly-anticipated drop officially releases today and is only be available via select skate shops worldwide. The drop, surprisingly, is not available via Nike’s SNKRS app (SNEAKRS in Europe).

Judging by images shared online, it looks like there are two separate shoeboxes, one with a bandana print that was available via Travis Scott’s site and a multi-colored one that is available via certain retailers. Travis Scott also dropped skate apparel and accessories alongside his sneakers.

Travis Scott was first spotted wearing the sneakers in his JACKBOYS music video and later teased the Nike SB Dunks on Instagram in December 2019. Check it below.

Where to buy the Travis Scott x Nike SB Dunk Low today

United States Cowtown Skateboards 510 Skateshop Arts & Rec Bill’s Wheels Fucking Awesome Kingswell Brooklyn Projects Proof Lab Atlas Skateboarding Val Surf PLA Skateboarding Galactic G Skatepark of Tampa 561 Boss West Side Skate Shop The Block Skate Supply A'ala Park Bastards Subsect Prestige Uprise RUKUS103 Orchard Theory PLUS Premier Familia Asana Concepts Supreme atmos atmos NYC Select Skate Shop Magnolia Alumni

United Kingdom Slam City Skates Flatspot Welcome Skateboards Note Shop Consortium Kong Focus Scotland Supreme

France Supreme Zeropolis Wallstreet Skate Shop RIOT Skate Shop Okla Skate Shop Empire Skateshop Circle Skateshop Digial Skateshop Buzzz Skateshop

Italy Frisco AcriminalG Big Air Lab

Spain Amigos Skateshop Welcome Skateboards Rufus Macba

Germany Civilist Bonkers Lobby Blowout Arrow & Beast Orange Jungle TX Sports Pivot Skateshop SHRN

Japan Mortar Tokyo Instant Skateboard Shop Spotaka FTC Japan California Street Arktz Skate BMX Stormy Tokyo Jack Surf Passion SFA

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