While his take on the Air Max 270 React ENG may not influence the masses to rush to buy general releases of the model, tomorrow’s “Cactus Trails” drop dispels any doubt regarding Scott’s ability to make compelling product. Previous Air Jordan collaborations still remain among many collectors’ favorites, but Scott’s first Air Max joint-effort has delivered one of the more impressive roll-outs in recent memory.
Accompanying the official announcement of the desert palette-following Air Max 270, which also arrives with multi-colored lace locks, eye-catching Swoosh branding, and “patinated” sole units, has been a full e-commerce experience at cactustrailstradingco.com. The site appears to be a remnant of ’90s Internet and features wrestling legend Mick Foley in his Cactus Jack persona modeling not only the Air Max 270 “Cactus Trails,” but its accompanying apparel.
Enjoy another look at Travis Scott’s Air Max 270 React ENG here below before you try your luck at a pair tomorrow, May 29th.
Elsewhere under the NIKE, Inc. umbrella, the Jordan 13 Flint arrives on May 30th.
After an extensive set of raffles and a SNKRS draw, the Travis Scott x Nike Air Max 270 has officially sold out.
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Link: Travis Scott Air Max 270
Travis Scott x Nike Air Max 270 React “Cactus Trails”
Style Code: CT2864-200 (Men’s)
Style Code: CV2414-200 (Pre-School)
Style Code: CV2413-200 (Toddler)