The eye-catching look, according to Nike, evokes memories of Scott’s summers spent in the countryside at his grandmother’s house and features various sturdy materials associated with hard-wearing, tough products such as canvas, corduroy, suede, leather and flannel. It is executed in natural tones and outdoor-inspired prints. Highlights of the shoe include nods to time the artist spent growing up in Missouri City, Texas, as well as his hometown, Houston, all called out on the snaps of the shoe’s heel, the styling of traditional work coats, the corduroy collar, the heavy brass zipper and the removable lace cover.
The Nike Air Force 1 x Cactus Jack will hit retailers worldwide on Nov. 16 and retail for $160.
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