Last updated on February 16th, 2024
Travis Scott's highly anticipated releases, the Jordan Jumpman Jack and Nike Attack "Cactus Jack", have left the world in anticipation. However, recent reports have connected him to an auction involving a pair of sneakers he wore during his performance at Rolling Loud Munich in July. Notably, Travis Scott also gifted these sneakers to a lucky fan.
During his performance in Germany over the summer, Scott extended an invitation to Karim Abdelrahman, a fan in the crowd, to join him on stage and sing "No Bystanders". Following this, La Flame presented Abdelrahman with a unique pair of his Air Jordan 1 collaboration.
These sneakers, unlike the ones available in stores months prior, featured "Utopia" branding as a tribute to the album that would debut just 19 days after Scott's encounter with Abdelrahman. Today, this special gift is being auctioned off by Goldin, a prominent player in the collectibles market.
The worn pair of shoes undeniably shows signs of use, with creases on the toe box and dirt on the outsole. Despite this, they hold significant value in the history of both Scott and Jordan Brand.
As a result, the current bid for this pair exceeds $4,250 USD. Goldin's auction will remain open until Wednesday, December 20th, at 10pm EST. If you're interested in participating, you can place a bid on goldin.co.