TRYING TO BUY AIR JORDAN 1 HIGH OFF HIS FEET, TRAVIS SCOTT TURNS DOWN THE FAN.
NEW JERSEY’S WEST ORANGE – Travis Scott is a sneaker culture force to be reckoned with. With pairs averaging in the $1100 level, his Nike collaborations are some of the rarest and most costly sneakers on the resale market. Fans must be prepared on release day if they want to get their hands on a pair of Travis Scott sneakers, or they will lose out. That’s supposedly what happened to a fan who was caught on tape trying to buy a pair of ultra-rare sneakers from Travis Scott over the weekend. La Flame is seen wearing a pair of unreleased Travis Scott Fragment Air Jordan 1 High sneakers at a basketball competition organized by NBA All-Star Kyrie Irving at West Orange High School in the video that has gone viral.
School in the state of New Jersey. Fans focused their attention on the Houston megastar as usual, but they paid special attention to the limited edition heat on Scott’s feet.
One admirer in particular was quick to fork up a large sum of money to Scott in exchange for the footwear. Travis Scott expressed gratitude for the fan’s offer, but stated that the sneakers will not be leaving his feet. The fan kept pleading with the “SICKO MODE” rapper to cough up the kicks, but all he got was a “no” hand gesture.
The enthusiastic fan, like everyone else who tried to purchase the Travis Scott Fragment Air Jordan 1 Low sneaker this weekend, was disappointed. On August 14, Nike and Scott released the low-cut version of the sneaker he wore in the video, and it sold out almost as quickly as they were posted on websites.