Travis Scott and Jordan Brand Team Up To Launch a New Apparel Collection

Travis Scott and Jordan Brand Team Up To Launch a New Apparel Collection

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Travis Scott, also known as the Cactus Jack rapper, is teaming back up with the Jordan Brand to produce Air Jordan 1 Low OG “Black Phantom” shoes as well as an apparel collection.

The collection, which will include hoodies, sweatpants, jackets, and t-shirts, will feature creative graphics. All the pieces will pay tribute to basketball legend Michael Jordan with the placement of the Jordan logo surrounded by flames and the word “Flight” printed in an airbrush-inspired font.

Travis Scott and Jordan Brand Team Up To Launch a New Apparel Collection

The new collection is also expected to feature pullover sweaters and pants with tiny Jordan logos and Cactus Jack insignias. To complete the collection, the duo will also be offering paisley-covered shorts.

The collection will be available at select retailers through a lottery system.

Photo(s) credit: Jordan Brand

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