Travis Scott Models Unreleased Nike Air Force 1s Inspired by This Classic Nike Basketball Shoe

Ella Chochrek

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Travis Scott is showing off a first look at an unreleased Nike sneaker collaboration — but it’s not one of his own designs.

The “Butterfly Effect” rapper, 28, posted an Instagram yesterday, modeling the Air Force 1 Low “Sunshine,” a shoe created by Nike and buzzy streetwear label Cactus Plant Flea Market. He teamed the kicks with a graphic T-shirt and basketball shorts.

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The sneaker features a white upper with the words “Sunshine” and “Air” spelled out in bold, tonal letters. The font choice and size are reminiscent of a classic Nike b-ball silhouette: the Air More Uptempo. Completing the look is a clean white Zoom Air–cushioned midsole and rubber outsole.

While official information regarding the release has not been unveiled, A$AP Bari, founder of streetwear brand VLONE, said the shoe is coming out this fall. Before this style, Cactus Plant Flea Market and Nike collaborated on two launches.

Scott has also collaborated with the Swoosh, and he’s rumored to have an Air Force 1 silhouette of his own coming out this fall in full family sizing. The “Sicko Mode” entertainer first previewed the AF1 on his Instagram account last month, teaming it with a white T-shirt and plaid pants.

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