Gifts of the limited shoe included the message: “We see your dedication to Travis Scott. Travis sees it, too. We noticed you missed out on the Air Force 1 ‘Cactus Jack’ and would like to change that with his help. Congratulations!”
The note also encouraged recipients to take a picture of their new kicks and post it on Twitter, including tagging Scott and the hashtag “#AllFor1.”
The “Cactus Jack” AF1 Low incorporates patchwork elements seen with a multitude of fabrics and colors throughout different portions of the upper. The shoe itself pays homage to his youth spent in Missouri City, Texas, the community that helped him develop hustle. Pairs are currently reselling on StockX for an average asking price of $600.
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