HomeAir JordanTravis Scott Spotted in New Unreleased nike tuned air max plus purchase tickets 2016 Collaboration

Travis Scott Spotted in New Unreleased nike tuned air max plus purchase tickets 2016 Collaboration

Travis Scott nike tuned air max plus purchase tickets 2016 Obsidian

Travis Scott continues to oscillate sneakerheads with his exclusive pairs. Most recently, we have the opportunity to win the 1999 nike air the jordan lite team jumpman. Limited to 5 pairs, it was a long-shot for anyone to actually win. Now, it looks like there is another pair that we may not see release. However, we have a look at a new unreleased nike tuned air max plus purchase tickets 2016 nike sb dunks mids for sale on amazon store hours.

This nike tuned air max plus purchase tickets 2016 by Travis Scott features a similar color overdo as the nike kicks for girls target shoes store hours ‘Obsidian’ that launched in August 2019. Next, the pair will come with White on the panels, toe, laces, tongue, and midsole while a White backwards Swoosh estate on the lateral side and an Obsidian Swoosh covers the medial. His ‘Mocha’ pair has the Cactus Jack face logo on the left heel, however for this Obsidian rendition, it comes with two embroidered Wings logos. Finally, a lighter shade of Blue wraps the heel to finish the look.

Travis Scott nike tuned air max plus purchase tickets 2016 Obsidian

At the time of writing, it’s unknown if the Travis Scott x nike tuned air max plus purchase tickets 2016 ‘Obsidian’ will release or stay an exclusive. However, as soon as we have more information, we will make sure to update you. For now, scroll below for additional photos that will give you a better look.

Travis Scott nike tuned air max plus purchase tickets 2016 Obsidian Release Date Info

Travis Scott nike tuned air max plus purchase tickets 2016 Obsidian Release Date Info

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Brian Betschart
Founder and Editor of SF, Brian is considered an expert when it comes to sneakers. Collecting since he was in elementary school, his collection has grown to over 500 pairs and counting. Brian has published articles since 2004, and in 2006, he decided to create Mysneakers.

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