As a sneakerhead, you know that original colorways are always the most coveted. And while Nike has released plenty of Travis Scott Air Jordan 1 sneakers, this “Black Toe” colorway is one that has yet to drop. When it comes to profiting on legendary hues and partnerships, it’s remarkable how the replica business is always one step ahead of major brands. I was doing my usual lieutenant Colombo scouring of a foreign site that sells knockoffs when I stumbled across this Travis Scott Air Jordan 1 High Black Toe prototype. It’s safe to assume that these variant sites occasionally serve as a window into Nike’s release calendar; after all, the majority of these sneakers are made overseas, therefore I’m sure leaks happen all the time. Nike hasn’t said anything about dropping this shoe but I’m sure after these images leave many people excited, I won’t surprise if a potential release is considered.
The classic color scheme of white, black, and red is carried over from the Jordan 1 Black Toe, and the lightning bolt logo on the heel adds a unique touch. It also has a premium leather top with a reverse swoosh logo on the panels, like do most Travis Scott sneakers.
Images Of The Travis Scott Air Jordan 1 High Black Toe
Should Nike release this Travis Scott Air Jordan 1 High Black Toe? In my opinion yes they should, they are a synthesis of two iconic themes or figures, and more importantly they look great. And let’s not forget Nike’s edit to amplify campaign, that aims at giving the consumers what they want. This shoe belongs in that category, so the brand should definitely not waste any more time and pull the trigger on this.
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