In parallel with his music career, Travis Scott can seemingly do no wrong when it comes to creating sneakers. Whichever silhouette the Houston rapper touches via his ongoing collaboration with Nike, it turns to gold. Quite literally.

The Nike x Travis Scott Air Jordan 6, complete with handy stash pocket, was by far one of last year's most coveted pair of shoes. And more recently, the Nike x Travis Scott Air Max 270 "Cactus Trails" brought a queue-commanding off-road inspired rework to Nike's lifestyle popular shoe — and a pretty sick campaign website alongside it, too.

Travis' affinity with the world of sneakers goes beyond his own creative projects, though. As evident through his Instagram, Scott is the proud owner of an enviable-to-say-the-least rotation. Together with streetwear and sneaker resale platform GOAT, we've picked out some of the standout sneakers from Travis' posts, and given you the chance to shop them below. Spoiler alert — they're all Nike.

Scroll on to shop the best of Travis Scott's sneaker collection.

Nike Air Jordan 3 "Cement"

Air Jordan 3 Retro

Air Jordan 3 Retro

$500

Nike

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Showing that he's not all about hyped collab sneakers, Travis was seen here in the Air Jordan 3 "Cement," one of the OG Jordan colorways. We've included the 2011 iteration, featuring the Jumpman logo in place of the original Nike Air branding.

Travis Scott x Nike Air Force 1 Low "Cactus Jack"

Air Force 1 Low “Cactus Jack”

Air Force 1 Low “Cactus Jack”

$530

Nike

Buy at GOAT

In a similar vein to the "Cactus Jack" Dunk, Travis' spin on the AF1 brought a wild mix of materials that included leather, suede, flannel, and wool to the classic silhouette. Scott's penchant for removable elements shone through again, with the Travis Scott AF1 featuring a detachable lace cover. In this Insta post, Travis paired the sneaker up with a pair of classic denims and fleece.

Travis Scott x Nike Air Force 1 Low "Mocha"

Air Jordan 1 Low “Travis Scott”

Air Jordan 1 Low “Travis Scott”

$1550

Nike

Buy at GOAT

To a 2019 release, and this time one that saw Travis team up with Jordan Brand on an Air Jordan 1 Low. The rapper's signature use of earth tones was on display again, with the AJ1 dressed in black and dark mocha shades. Travis chose to pair them up with some Chrome Hearts pants for this particular shot.

Nike x COMME des GARÇONS Shirt x Supreme Air Force 1

Air Force 1 Low

Air Force 1 Low

$1250

Comme des Garçons x Supreme

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Travis doesn't only wear his own collabs, and that was evident again in this Insta post which also featured a silk Casablanca shirt. Also on show was the 2017 Nike x COMME des GARÇONS Shirt x Supreme Air Force 1, an elusive, three-way collab sneaker that's pretty damn hard to get your hands on. Unless you're a world-famous artist that is.

Nike x COMME des GARÇONS Dunk Hi Retro

Dunk Hi Retro

Dunk Hi Retro

$1225

Comme des Garçons x Nike

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To another CDG and Nike team-up, and yet another highly-coveted sneaker. The Japanese fashion house also worked with the Swoosh on this 2017 hi-top Dunk, swapping out the OG's all leather upper for a modern PVC remaster. As if it wasn't enviable enough, Travis wore them to stroll across the tarmac and board a private jet.

Travis Scott x Nike Air Jordan 6

Air Jordan 6 Retro 'Olive'

$548

Travis Scott x Nike

Buy at GOAT

One of the duo's most coveted releases, the Travis Scott x Nike Air Jordan 6 was the third in the line of his Jordan Brand collabs and came with a handy stash pocket for whatever you might like to fit in there. Olive-colored nubuck is contrasted with red, 3M, and glow in the dark details. Showing off his car's suicide doors and his ability to handle two drinks at the same time, Travis was spotted sporting his AJ6 with an all-black fit.

Travis Scott x Nike SB Dunk Low "Cactus Jack"

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Dunk Low PRM QS

$1925

Nike SB x Travis Scott

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A self-proclaimed long-time fan of the Nike Dunk, Travis finally got to put his "Cactus Jack" spin on the Nike silhouette of the moment back in February this year. The Travis Scott x Nike SB Dunk Low "Cactus Jack" boasts detachable paisley and plaid overlays, with rope-style laces tieing up a mixed-up vision. Here, Travis and friends show love for the Swoosh via various Dunk and Jordan sneakers.

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