Travis Scott x Air Jordan 1 Low OG ‘Reverse Mocha’ Official Images
Although images of the two have yet to leak, one of the pairs is known as the Travis Scott x Air Jordan 1 Low ‘Reverse Mocha’. The pair is rumored to resemble Stormi’s, Travis Scott’s daughter, who was seen wearing the pair in September 2021.
Just like previous releases, the two low-top Air Jordan 1 releases will borrow the typical characteristics. For example, they will come with a large, backwards Swoosh on the lateral side and the traditional Swoosh on the medial. His ‘Cactus Jack’ logo will land on the tongue, medial, and liner. Lastly, the right heel tab will have the Wings logo, while the left will feature Scott’s drawn face.
Travis Scott Air Jordan 1 Low OG Reverse Mocha Release Details
You can expect the Travis Scott x Air Jordan 1 Low OG ‘Reverse Mocha’ to release at select retailers and Nike.com on July 21st, 2022. The retail price is $150. As soon as we have additional information, we will make sure to update you. Below, you can check out images of one colorway, which is known as the ‘Reverse Mocha.’
Color: Sail/University Red-Ridgerock
Release Date: July 21, 2022
Style Code: DM7866-162
Update (6/27): Nike has unveiled official photos of the Travis Scott x Air Jordan 1 Low OG ‘Reverse Mocha’ that will debut on July 21st in full family sizing.
Update (5/16): The Travis Scott x Air Jordan 1 Low OG ‘Reverse Mocha’ is rumored to release on July 21st, according to zsneakerheadz. More details coming soon.
Update (4/18): New on-feet photos of the Travis Scott x Air Jordan 1 Low OG ‘Reverse Mocha’ that’s rumored to release in July or August. Via stylelikekay.
Travis Scott Air Jordan 1 Low Reverse Mocha On-Feet
Update (12/21): Check out on-feet photos of the Travis Scott x Air Jordan 1 Low OG ‘Reverse Mocha’ via yankeekicks.
Update (11/15): New photos of Travis Scott’s Air Jordan 1 Low ‘Reverse Mocha’ have arrived via sneakertigger.
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