Travis Scott Gifts Fan Unreleased Nike Air Force 1 Collaboration at the Made In America Festival

During this past weekend’s “Made in America” music festival, Travis Scott gave one of his fans an unforgettable experience by gifting a pair of his unreleased Nike Air Force 1 Lows.

The fan, named Luis Delgado, took to Instagram to share a look at the prized kicks. The unreleased low-cut sneaker features a combination of premium materials including a suede mudguard that surrounds a leather toe box, a wool tongue and canvas on the heel. Each panel is decorated with an earth-toned color palette inspired by Scott’s “Cactus Jack” moniker, along with paying homage to his home city of Houston. Additional details include a removable lacing shroud on the midfoot.

The kicks appear to be the exact version that was previewed by Scott on social media last month. According to leaks, the pair is a collaboration with the rap star and will reportedly release sometime in October in full-family sizing. In related Scott news, his highly anticipated Air Jordan 6 collab is rumored to release on Sept. 14 for $250.

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