It’s been almost half a year since rumors began to spread about Travis Scott partnering up with Jordan Brand for their new rendition of the Air Jordan 6. Finally, the project has come to fruition. In fact, last April 29, Titan held a raffle for the Travis Scott x Air Jordan 6 ‘British Khaki’. Now, whether or not your name was picked, there’s good news. The sneakers come with a complete apparel collection!

Just like the Air Jordan 6 ‘British Khaki’, the apparel collection’s design is based on the dusty oil fields found in Texas – Travis Scott’s birthplace. A stark similarity between the pieces of the collection is the utilitarian and heavy-duty construction. This design manifests itself through the inclusion of zippers and pockets.

 Travis Scott x Air Jordan 6 ‘British Khaki’

For the most part, the Travis Scott x Air Jordan 6 ‘British Khaki’ doesn’t deviate greatly from the previous Travis Scott x Air Jordan 6 released in 2019. However, what sets this sneaker apart is the fresh colorway and an additional pocket. In addition, the Cactus Jack branding on the lace lock and right heel combine with a smiley face graphic on the medial midsole to introduce a playful feel. Lastly, adding contrast to the sneaker are infrared accents and Nike Air branding on the left heel, which pays homage to the original Air Jordan 6.

 Travis Scott x Air Jordan Apparel Collection


Travis Scott x Jordan Utility Vest
Price: $125 (~Php 5.8k)


Travis Scott x Jordan Short-Sleeve Top
Price: $80 (~Php 3.9k)


Travis Scott x Jordan Button-Down Shirt
Price: $90 (~Php 4.3k)


Travis Scott x Jordan Pullover Hoodie
Price: $120 (~Php 5.8k)


Travis Scott x Jordan Pool Short
Price: $90 (~Php 4.3k)


Travis Scott x Jordan Canvas Pant
Price: $150 (~Php 7.2k)

Clearly, the apparel collection was designed to fit seamlessly with the Air Jordan 6 for a clean outfit. A significant similarity is seen between the utility vest and the sneakers as they both boast numerous pockets and compartments. As for the hoodie, tee, and pool shorts, they all feature a combination of heritage-inspired logos and iconic Cactus Jack branding. And of course, being known as “La Flame”, Travis Scott included a flame-adorned button-down shirt to round out the collection.

While Nike SNKRS has already sold out of the entire collection within seconds of its release, be sure to stay tuned to Titan’s Instagram and other select retailers for upcoming information regarding the potential release of the apparel collection. In other news, check out this article as we discuss The 2021 Nike SB Dunk Supreme: Is It Worth It?

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