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[Photography field] 2020 Travis Scott x Air Jordan 4 “Cactus Jack” Olive Shoes

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New Jordan 2020 is from Houston, where the oilman once wore red, white and blue uniforms. The Travis Scott x Air Jordan 4 Retro'Cactus Jack' color scheme pays tribute to the Durabuck leather upper, University Blue upper and Varsity Red insole to pay tribute to the city's past football team. The black lace cage and heel plate are decorated with light blue spotted patterns. The Cactus Jack brand appears on Varsity Red's left heel with the matching Jumpman logo on the right.
According to 2020 Cheap Jordans, this is a color matching for friends and family only. This iteration uses an "olive" suede upper with black mesh lining, TPU laces and leather lining. The brand details are in the form of upside down "Cactus Jack" and "Air Jordan" interiors, AJ4 tongue labels, cactus Jack heel labels and printed insoles. Lifting the shoes are "Olive" and black contrast AJ4 sole parts, as well as the classic Jumpman tag.
Cheap Jordans UK launched another pair of Air Jordan 4, also known as Cactus Jack (Cactus Jack), highlighted with a black accent olive frosted upper. Next, we mismatched the black and white midsole, and Olive crossed the outsole. The highlight that most people think of is the Nike Air and Cactus Jack brands on high heels. One of them is this "olive" color scheme. It has olive and black uppers and red “Nike Air” and “Cactus Jack” brands on high heels. The finished design is the brand label on the tongue and insole.
The inspiration for the design of the adidas NMD R1 comes from the Houston rugby team that he was passionate about wearing red/white/blue uniforms. The details of the lining and heel of the shoe tongue symbolize his three different identities-the famous rapper and producer and the founder of the cactus jack record label.


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