La Flame has a lot of catching up to do after Nike and Jordan Brand indefinitely postponed his scheduled releases. With that in mind 2022 looks like it will be heavy with upcoming Nike Travis Scott sneaker collabs. One of the most popular has to be the Air Jordan 1 Low x Travis Scott “Reverse Mocha”; back with Cactus Jack signature details that will surely be on the radar of many.
First rumoured to be a 1-of-1 sample for Travis Scott, the shoe is now expected to debut in 2022. While we wait for official announcements about TS sneakers returning in the release lineup, check out these on-foot images by @yankeekicks.
Living up to its namesake, the “Reverse Mocha” Travis Scott Jordan 1s utilise a greyish brown suede base; with white leather overlays on the toe, eyestay, and heel panel.
When you compare this shoe with the Air Jordan 1 High Travis Scott “Dark Mocha”, the white and brown hues switched places; as well as the materials used. The former incorporates a black suede exterior and a white leather base.
Cream White laces and midsole complement the leather reverse Swoosh on the lateral side – which has been another signature TS detail.
Red Nike Air labels adorn the nylon tongue, while Cactus Jack’s logo appears on the heel on the left pair; with the Jordan Wings logo on the right. These also appear in Red for a vibrant and eye-catching approach.
The rubber cupsole showcases a yellowish vintage effect on the midsole. All previous Jordan 1 x Travis Scott releases featured the same aesthetic. Underneath, a Brown rubber outsole provides the same grippy traction that we all love.
Usually, the Air Jordan 1 x Travis Scott sneakers arrive in both high-top and low-top versions. While the High may eventually show up soon (aside from the personal pair that Travis himself wore), expect official release information of the Reverse Mocha Jordan 1 sometime this year.
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