The eagle has landed. And that eagle in question is Travis Scott and Nike’s long-awaited sneaker collab. Where exactly did it land? On StockX, no less. The site is now selling two different sneaker models that marry Scott’s unique approach to personal style with the brand’s top-of-the-line resources, access, and engineering. 

First up is the Air Max 1 in baroque brown and saturn gold. The design of the shoe takes cues from the natural world and hiking culture and the earthy tones really let the shoe’s details sing. The shoe actually pulls inspiration from Nike’s ACG Pocket Knife Hiking model and features a mesh overlay and a reverse swoosh. 

Then there’s the Nike Air Trainer 1 which reimagines the silhouette in Travis and his label, Cactus Jack’s, vision. The upper is made from canvas with a mesh overlay and features a single stitch swoosh. Here’s the biggest perk: each shoe has concealed zipper pockets for a little extra storage. The drop is available in wheat and grey haze

How much do the Travis Scott x Nike shoes cost?

Both models hit shelves with retail prices around $150 but StockX market data gives a clearer picture for those looking to buy at resale. Currently, the Air Max 1 has an average price of $620 while the Air Trainer 1 hovers closer to $250. 

Shop the Travis Scott and Nike collab at StockX below.

Air Max 1

Air Max 1

$416

Nike x Travis Scott

Buy at StockX
Air Max 1

Air Max 1

$303

Nike x Travis Scott

Buy at StockX
Air Trainer 1 SP

Air Trainer 1 SP

$225

Nike x Travis Scott

Buy at StockX
Air Trainer 1 SP

Air Trainer 1 SP

$207

Nike x Travis Scott

Buy at StockX

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