Following the buzz around his imminent UTOPIA – Circus Maximus Tour, Travis Scott keeps the momentum alive, piquing interest in the sneaker world by giving a glimpse of his upcoming venture with Nike. Taking to Instagram, the Cactus Jack maestro showcased the yet-to-be-released Travis Scott x Nike Sharkidon in an enticing “Mocha” hue.
This avant-garde footwear boasts a medley of intricate textures. Notable are the breathable mesh quarter panels and toe boxes, harmoniously juxtaposed with sleek leather side panel overlays and the iconic Swooshes. The collars, adorned in a wrinkled leather, echo the aesthetics of Scott’s previous Jordan Cut the Check design, with an added strap dominating the forefoot. Standout features also encompass the distinctly angled Cactus Jack branding on the tongue and midsoles reminiscent of the Nike Zoom Spiridon. The showcased version drips in the sophisticated “Mocha” shade, punctuated by creamy laces and piping.
While the release date remains shrouded in mystery, rest assured we’ll be on the pulse to bring you updates as they unfurl.
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