Travis Scott recently caused a stir during his performance at E11EVN Miami, a major event of Miami Race Week. The highlight was not only his musical performance, but also his new pair of shoes: a never-before-seen edition of the Nike Mac Attack.
The Nike Mac Attack, reissued for the first time since its creation in 1984, received particular attention last March. Nike and Social Status have indeed presented three new colors of this legendary tennis shoe. However, it seems that Travis Scott has decided to add his own touch, creating some excitement around this possible collaboration.
Scott took the stage with his own version of the Mac Attack, featuring a black and gray color design, reminiscent of the original pair. But perhaps the most striking difference is the inverted Swoosh, a signature Travis Scott feature found in his previous collaborations with Nike and Air Jordan.
The choice of materials like mesh and leather, paired with a checkerboard tongue label, makes this shoe look both modern and retro. The design is completed with a white midsole and gray rubber outsole, reinforcing the monochrome look of the shoe.
However, the element that arouses the most curiosity is undoubtedly the possible presence of the "Cactus Jack" logo, Travis Scott's pseudonym under which he has released several albums. If this rumor is confirmed, it would mark a new stage in the relationship between Nike and Travis Scott, which has already produced several successful collaborations.
For the moment, no official information has been revealed regarding a possible release of this personalized version of the Mac Attack.