In early May, it appeared fans would be given the chance to cop Travis Scott's Dunks again. Now,  it looks like that won't be happening.

Apparently, Travis Scott's Nike SB Dunk Low collaboration — which still fetches thousands on the resale market — will not be restocking despite rumors of a return. Back in May, sources claimed fans will see the paisley pairs restock as early as September 2023.

Again, the conversations regarding a restock (or not) Scott's Dunk is all hearsay. They could drop — or we won't see them at all. It's up in the air unless we hear from Nike and Scott.

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The collaborative Dunks, which retailed for $150, arrived right amid the then-simmering Dunk revival in 2020, selling out instantly during a Heron Preston-exclusive release.

The same quick sellout energy naturally followed when the shoes landed at select stockists (the shoes didn't release at all through Nike's SNKRS app). Did I mention Scott's Dunks were caught in the middle of a crime, too?

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News of Scott's rumored Dunk return arrived just days following the musician's 2023 Cannes appearance, where he debuted a seemingly new signature shoe.

Per our style writer Sam Cole, the pairs didn't resemble any Nike or Jordan silhouettes seen before.

There's also been whispers of a brand-new Travis Scott x Nike SB collaboration (unrelated to the restock), which a few folks suspect is what he wore to Cannes.

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Fresh off casually showing off Friends & Family AJ1 Lows for the Utopia rollout, the musician is also believed to have a Mac Attack collaboration en route with the John McEnroe (the Mac Attack was the tennis player's signature shoe).


Highsnobiety aims to provide our readers with the latest updates in the sneaker world. However, we cannot verify the reliability of any unauthorized leaks or rumors unless this information is provided directly by the brands themselves.

This article was published on May 26 and updated on June 6

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