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Posted on Nov 30, 2017 in Nike |

As Nike continues to celebrate 35 years of the Air Force 1 with the AF-100 program, the brand tapped Travis Scott to be a part of the project. Scott wanted to incorporate his status as the ‘acid of rap.’ This idea immediately led the design team to think of ways to take the classic and trip it out. “I’m more of like a psychedelic. More so like a spaz out,” Travis reveals. “I only go that crazy at shows. That’s really what it is. It’s not like I’m breaking shit in the house all day.”

Understanding Scott’s demeanor on the stage and off it helped cultivate a unique look for his AF-100 design. A Houston workwear-inspired white canvas upper represents Scott’s focused side and his demeanor when he’s putting in work and creating every day. On the other side of the spectrum, Scott is as energetic as it gets. When he’s in the ‘acid of rap’ state of mind he describes, he’s all over the stage and crazier than ever. This side of his juxtaposition comes to life with multi-color reflective detailing hidden throughout the upper. When the lights shine bright, the reflective detailing ignites the subtle piping throughout the upper.

Furthering the embodiment of Scott’s energizing side, the AF-100 includes removable Velcro Swoosh logos. Options include a smoke-to-flames graphic and a large chrome Swoosh. Additionally, removable tongue patches nod to Scott’s Cactus Jack Records. At the laces, a lace dubrae takes inspiration from his grill. Simple yet detailed. Subtle yet vibrant. The Travis Scott x Air Force 1 Low design perfectly reflects the unique sides of his personality while staying true to the white-on-white color scheme that has defined the AF-1.

You have until today to purchase a pair of Air Force 1s at the Titan x Nike Pop-Up to be eligible for the AF-100 raffle. Each pair you purchase guarantees you an entry to the raffle for any of the three AF-100 silhouettes.