Travis Scott’s Air Jordan collaborations tend to fetch a pretty penny on the resale market as is, but imagine what a pair of custom made “Cactus Jack” Air Jordans made for the man could go for on the secondary market.
According to TMZ the price is roughly around $10,000 as the pair of Air Jordan 1’s that Travis Scott gifted a fan at a Rolling Loud performance in Germany this past summer is set to hit the auction block. The “game-worn” sneakers that Travis blessed a man with are the “Olive” colorway version of the Air Jordan 1 Lows that released earlier this year except that this particular pair bares the “Utopia” logo for Travis’ last album. Indeed, a one-of-a-kind pair.
The kicks are up for sale through Goldin Auctions’ December Pop Culture Auction … and the bidding runs through Dec. 20 … so they could make for a cool Christmas gift. The auction house estimates that they could go for around $10k.
Auction owner, Ken Goldin, tells TMZ … “In an iconic moment in pop culture history, we’re excited to see these sneakers hit the auction block. As a sneakerhead myself, it’s great to offer a rare opportunity for other collectors to own a custom pair of Air Jordans.”
Don’t be surprised if Fat Joe or DJ Khaled end up purchasing this pair as they have an appetite for ultra-exclusive sneakers like these. Heck, even P.J. Tucker might get in on the action.
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