Travis Scott is at it again with his upcoming collaboration with Sony PlayStation in the form of his signature PlayStation x Cactus Jack Nike Dunk Low sneakers, and from his most recent Instagram post it looks like the launch for the new Dunks is going to be one of his wildest yet.
Previously, we’d learned that the American rapper has become a “strategic creative partner” with Sony PlayStation ahead of the launch of the PlayStation 5. And in timely fashion, the “SICKO MODE” artist has just dropped the raffle for the sneakers on his official store. And we get to see the sneakers in their full coloured glory.
This shoe sports a clean cream/grey colourway, and bears all the hallmarks of a Travis Scott sneaker, namely his signature reverse Nike swoosh on the outer side of each shoe, the Cactus Jack brand logo on the inner heel, and a nice hit of dark green as seen on the Nike Swoosh, laces, and sockliner.
And what is a PlayStation sneaker without the PlayStation logo? The iconic PS logo can be found on either side of the heel counter, with “PlayStation” in English on one side and Japanese on the other. Similarly, the off-white outsole sports both the “PlayStation” wording both in English and Japanese. Capping off the design is the Sony logo etched on to the upper heel.
Though no end date for the raffle for Travis Scott’s PlayStation x Cactus Jack Nike Dunk Low has been announced, it sadly will only be exclusive to US residents. Regardless, we imagine the demand for this will be astronomical.
And if one isn’t able to cop a pair of these, there’s always the fake version that is always available at as steal.
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