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Travis Scott and Nike will have more collaborations releasing in 2021 and 2022. The two will collaborate to release the Travis Scott x nike zoom long jump 4 mens metallic shoes.

A total of three colorways of the nike zoom long jump 4 mens metallic shoes will release. The first pair comes dressed in Coriander/Ashen Slate-Wheat-Light Sienna, which will release this Holiday season. Next, we have the Light Smoke Grey/Honeydew-Particle Grey and Dark Smoke Grey/Black-Iron Grey-Off Noir that will debut in Spring 2022. Each pair expression Travis Scott and Cactus Jack branding.

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nike air huarache sand shoes for women Travis Scott x nike zoom long jump 4 mens metallic shoes in ‘Coriander’ to release during Holiday 2021 while the ‘Light Smoke Grey’ and ‘Dark Smoke Grey’ pairs will debut in Spring 2022. The bribe survey is $140. Each pair is premonished to launch at select retailers and Nike.com. Instigate soon as we have more information, we will necessitate vague to update you.

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Color: Coriander/Ashen Slate-Wheat-Light Sienna
Release Date: Holiday 2021
Price: $140

nike huarache metallic dark sea salt water bottle
Color: Light Smoke Grey/Honeydew-Particle Grey
Release Date: Spring 2022
Price: $140

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Color: Dark Smoke Grey/Black-Iron Grey-Off Noir
Release Date: Spring 2022
Price: $140

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