Travis Scott Is Getting Even More Air Jordan 1 Low Collaborations Next Year

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Multihyphenate entertainer Travis Scott released today his latest sneaker collaboration with Jordan Brand — a “Canary Yellow” Air Jordan 1 Low inspired by the colors of his high school — and as usual, the stock sold out quickly. But according to the latest leaks, there are a number of new colorways in the pipeline.

Early info from insiders @sneakermarketro and @zsneakerheadz points to three new Travis Scott x Air Jordan 1 Lows releasing during Spring 2025. One of the pairs is expected to be a women’s exclusive, while the other two will come in full family sizing. The women’s pair is a “Dark Pony/Pink Oxford” and the men’s versions are colored in “Sail/Shy Pink/Muslin” and “Dark Mocha/Black/Velvet Brown.”

As is often the case with early sneaker leaks, there are currently no in-hand images of the three upcoming pairs, and the photos here are speculative mock-ups which may or may not accurately represent the final products. Nevertheless, it appears as though these three pairs will continue to use Travis Scott’s signature blend of neutral earth tones and pastel pinks first seen on his 2019 Air Jordan 1 High collaboration.

It’s already been a busy year for the Travis Scott and Jordan Brand partnership, which saw the official launch of its Jordan Jumpman Jack TR (aka CJ1 T-Rexx) collab in April. The rollout for the Jumpman Jack included a promotional clip with a surprise appearance from former Nike endorser and longtime Travis Scott collaborator Ye.

Retail pricing for each of these Travis Scott x Air Jordan 1 Lows is expected to match previous releases, with adult pairs at $150, preschool at $80, and toddler sizes at $65. Check back soon for updates, as it’s possible things could shift between now and Spring 2025.

Travis Scott x Air Jordan 1 Low “Dark Mocha/Black/Velvet Brown” (Mock-up)

Travis Scott x Air Jordan 1 Low “Sail/Shy Pink/Muslin” (Mock-up)

Travis Scott x Air Jordan 1 Low “Dark Pony/Pink Oxford” (Mock-up)

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