The Most Expensive Travis Scott x Nike and Jordan Sneakers

Mike Chiari@mikechiariFeatured ColumnistNovember 14, 2019

The Most Expensive Travis Scott x Nike and Jordan Sneakers

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    Travis Scott's third Nike Air Force 1 collaboration is set to be released Saturday, and anticipation for the launch has reached a fever pitch. The rapper initially gifted a sample pair to superfan Luis Delgado at the Made in America festival in September. This pair quickly drew offers from eager buyers—including, Delgado revealed to B/R Kicks, an NBA player who offered $200,000 for the sneakers.

    The AF1 marks the eighth sneaker that Travis has dropped with the Nike and Jordan family. Based on current StockX data, here's a look at the most expensive Travis Scott x Nike and Jordan sneakers to launch so far.

Jordan XXXIII Travis Scott

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    StockX

    Release Date: Feb. 14, 2019

    Average Resale Price: $254*

    Travis Scott followed up his first Air Jordan collaboration, the IV, with an unexpected take on a non-retro model, the 33. Designed for performance on the court, the sneaker features an olive upper, black and brown accounts, and the 33’s signature FastFit technology.

          

    Available now on StockX

    *At the time of publishing 

Air Force 1 Low Travis Scott Sail

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    StockX

    Release Date: August 10, 2018

    Average Resale Price: $498*

    Following Travis Scott's AF100 launch, Nike launched a second version in a "Sail" colorway. Its gum bottom detail, canvas upper, removable Swoosh and velcro embellishments are identical details borrowed from the initial 35th anniversary release.

         

    Available now on StockX

     

    *At the time of publishing  

Jordan 4 Retro Travis Scott Cactus Jack

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    StockX

    Release Date: 6/9/2018

    Average Resale Price: $525*

    Travis Scott’s first Air Jordan collaboration takes inspiration from his former hometown NFL team, the Houston Oilers. The sneaker features a University Blue upper, black accents throughout the upper, and a red interior sockliner.

     

    Available Now on StockX

    *At the time of publishing  

Air Force 1 Low Travis Scott (AF100)

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    StockX

    Release Date: 12/2/2017

    Average Resale Price: $691*

    Travis Scott joined esteemed company when Nike tapped him for its AF100 collection to celebrate the 35th anniversary of the white-on-white classic. Along with designers Don C, Virgil Abloh, and Errolson Hugh and Roc-A-Fella Records co-founder Kareem “Biggs” Burke, Travis Scott re-imagined his iteration of the Air Force 1 by giving it an a removable Swoosh and velcro Cactus Jack patches.

     

    Available Now on StockX

    *At the time of publishing 

Air Force 1 Low Travis Scott Cactus Jack

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    StockX

    Release Date: 11/16/2019

    Average Resale Price: $763*

    Featuring an upper comprised of a mix of material, including canvas, corduroy, burlap, and suede, Travis Scott’s latest Air Force 1 pays homage to the artist’s Texas roots. Following an exclusive SNKRS Stash drop at Astroworld, the Air Force 1s are scheduled to drop to the wider public on November 16.

     

    Available Now on StockX

    *At the time of publishing 

Jordan 1 Retro Low OG SP Travis Scott

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    StockX

    Release Date: 7/20/2019

    Average Resale Price: $773*

    Following the success of the Air Jordan 1 High, Travis Scott continued his hot streak for sneaker of the year contenders with the low cut iteration of the 1. Like its predecessor, the Jordan 1 Low features a backwards lateral Swoosh, brown overlays, and his signature Cactus Jack branding on the heel.

     

    Available Now on StockX

    *At the time of publishing 

Jordan 6 Retro Travis Scott

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    StockX

    Release Date: 10/11/2019

    Average Resale Price: $891*

    The Air Jordan 6 gets a modern makeover with an olive green upper, glow-in-the-dark outsole, and a small pouch on the lateral sides. While Travis debuting the sneaker at Super Bowl LIII was a significant look, the best part of the release might’ve been tapping Hall of Fame WR Randy Moss for the campaign.

     

    Available Now on StockX

    *At the time of publishing 

Jordan 1 Retro High Travis Scott

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    StockX

    Release Date: 5/11/2019

    Average Resale Price: $1,101*

    Travis Scott re-interprets the classic Air Jordan 1 and does the unthinkable—flips the iconic lateral Nike Swoosh and reverses it.

     

    Available Now on StockX

    *At the time of publishing