Travis Scott Mac Attack Makes a Staggering Reveal
Travis Scott Mac Attack unveils after endless buzz over the artist’s final collab with Jordan Brand through the AJ1 “Olive. The coveted 1984 tennis shoe makes its grand appearance during Scott’s live performance. Although neither Nike nor Scott has disclosed any details regarding the collab.
Over the past few years, Travis Scott’s collusion with hip-hop and streetwear has taken the sneaker hype to unprecedented levels.
Scott kicked off his raid into the world of sneaker collaborations with the Nike Air Force 1, eventually moving on to the Air Jordan 4 with Jordan Brand in 2018.
That same year, Scott revealed he would bring his raging design to the renowned Air Jordan 1. In the best colorway you can imagine! Featuring brown uppers, enlarged black reversed Swooshes, and sail outsoles, this model was the beginning of the globally identified Travis Scott Jordan Brand fit-out.
After numerous collaborations, it seems now that Scott will no longer be working on the iconic model. According to Jordan Brand expert and sneaker insider @mrunloved1s, Scott is finished collaborating on the Air Jordan 1. He said, ‘I’m very clear on my wording. I said last Travis Jordan “1”. No highs, lows, mids. Fusions, interpretations, remixes. Done. On to other silos.’
I’m very clear on my wording. I said last Travis Jordan “1”. No highs, lows, mids. Fusions, interpretations, remixes. Done. On to other silos.
— Aviator (@MrUnloved1s) September 21, 2022
The Debut of Travis Scott Mac Attack
Throughout the years, a Mac Attack re-issue had only been gently teased. But the OG return is making wishes come true (hopefully) this year.
During the Miami Grand Prix, Scott took the stage wearing a black graphic tee, cargo-style jeans, and what looked like his go-to Nike Mac Attacks from afar. But if you look closely, you’ll notice his pair boasts that familiar backward Swoosh we’ve seen on all of his past collabs.
The tennis shoe comes in a familiar grey and black color blocking, similar to that of the original 1984 pair. However, it features Travis Scott’s signature reverse Swoosh. The pair appears to feature a mesh and leather build, as well as a checkerboard tongue label. To complete the design, it features a white midsole and grey rubber outsole. So far, it is uncertain if it will have “Cactus Jack” branding anywhere else on the shoe.
Many have stated that the collab comes as no surprise. After the buzz around his last-ever Air Jordan release, it seems to make sense for Scott to move on to previously-visited silhouettes. Fans proposed the revisit to Nike Dunks and AF1 Low, or others — in this case, the Mac Attack.
So far, neither Nike nor Travis has confirmed a release for the Travis Scott Mac Attack. So for now, all we have are these photographs to go by. And the hopes to cop more Travis Scott drops and cash in on our extreme love for kicks and this industry!