Travis Scott Flexes Supreme-Like Sample From His Nike SB Dunk Low Collaboration
With all of us stuck in a state of social distancing quarantine — celebrities included — many have been turning to social to shed some light on their passions. For us and you guys, of course, it’s sneakers. From getting creative with drawings, concepts or photography, to straight flexes of collections. Travis Scott is one of those, reaching deep into his storage to give us all a first look at one of the likely many samples from his recent “Cactus Jack” SB Dunk Low collaboration. And while the pair is somewhat recognizable to what actually released, it draws more comparisons to Supreme’s “Cement” SB Dunk series from 2002 (and 2012!).
With bold black Swooshes and elephant-like overlays, its easy to see the likeness to the legendary Supremes, but it does have some signature Cactus Jack touches like earthy brown underlays, liners and heel tabs, and a sole unit that mimics his Air Jordan 1 collaboration. These probably won’t ever see a retail release, but if you do love the aesthetic, you can find pairs of the Supreme SB Dunks here on GOAT and StockX