Air Jordan 4: The Houston Oilers Cactus Jack Edition

Air Jordan 4: The Houston Oilers Cactus Jack Edition

A Sneaker That Screams Houston

The Air kicks Jordan 4 Houston Oilers Cactus Jack is a sneaker that pays homage to the city of Houston, the hometown of the rapper Travis Scott⁴⁵. Its palette borrows from the team colors of the city’s former Oilers football team⁴⁵, featuring a Durabuck leather upper in University Blue⁴⁵.

The Cactus Jack Edition

This edition is nicknamed the "Cactus Jack", a nod to Scott’s record label³. Similar in design to the infamous Eminem pair, these feature a lighter shade of blue suede on the upper². Black accents, a red liner, paint splatter detailing, a white midsole and "Cactus Jack" branding on the back heel tab finish things off for this pair².

A Collaboration with Travis Scott

The Air Jordan IV celebrates Travis Scott, hip-hop artist, record-label founder and Houston sports fan extraordinaire. The collaborative design salutes a bygone era of Houston American football, when the team took the field in red, white and light blue.

A Must-Have for Fans

These Jordan 4s were made in collaboration with rapper, Travis Scott². They dropped in June of 2018 for $225 and came exclusively in men’s sizes². If you’re a fan of Travis Scott and the AJ 4, this pair is another must-have².

The Air Jordan Legacy

Since his game-winning shot that brought championship glory to North Carolina, Michael Jordan has been at the forefront of basketball consciousness¹. He took to the court in 1985 wearing the original Air Jordan I, simultaneously breaking league rules and his opponents' will while capturing the imagination of fans worldwide¹.

More Than Just a Shoe

The Air kicks Jordan 4 Houston Oilers Cactus Jack is more than just a shoe. It's a celebration of music, sports, and the city of Houston. It's a testament to the legacy of Michael Jordan and the innovative spirit of Travis Scott. It's a sneaker that stands out in a crowd, catches the eye, and tells a story. It's a sneaker that's worth adding to your collection.


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