Update: After the post-Grammy Awards shock drop in February, official images of Travis Scott’s Jordan Jumpman Jack Trainer in “Sail” have been revealed. Though fans of Scott and the Swoosh are undeniably familiar with the shoe’s retro cross-trainer aesthetic, special branding and color scheme by this point, the official images do provide the cleanest look yet at some of the shoe’s accouterments, like its custom box and accompanying dustbag.

Check out the full set of official images above, expect a wider release to go down on April 30 and peep the prior updates below for further info, on-foot images and other details.

Update: Travis Scott and Jordan Brand have built up plenty of momentum leading up to the release of Scott’s first signature shoe — the Jordan Jumpman Jack Trainer. In their years of working together, Scott’s releases have commanded attention with both of his Air Jordan 1 Low releases of 2023 securing the top two spots of Nike SNKRS’ most popular launches of last year list. As the duo gears up for the rollout of the Jumpman Jack Trainer, another early breakdown of the pair has surfaced. Release is expected to take place in the coming months via Nike SNKRS and select retailers at a $200 USD price point. Stay tuned for updates and for more info about the sneaker in this “Sail” colorway, review our previous coverage below.


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Original Story: Jordan Brand and Nike have big plans for their partnership with Travis Scott in 2024 — namely that La Flame is getting the first true signature sneaker(s) in his seven-year-long relationship with the brand: the Jumpman Jack Trainer and the Sharkidon. It’s the first of the two aforementioned models that’s been in the news recently, thanks to the reveal of colorways like the “Sail.”

Shown in the above photos from sneaker leaker @solebyjc, the Jumpman Jack Trainer “Sail” seemingly borrows its white, brown and tan color scheme from the Travis Scott x Air Jordan 1 Low OG “Reverse Mocha.” It’s made from supple tumbled leather and rugged canvas, all adorned with familiar Scott details like a backwards Swoosh plus Cactus Jack embellishments on its tongue and forefoot strap. To add some extra flair, there are printed graphics on the outsole and a collage-like detail on the insole. Shape-wise, the Jumpman Jack Trainer sits somewhere between an Air Trainer 1 and a Dunk.

Jordan Brand has yet to reveal any official information on the silhouette’s inspirations, release date or pricing information, but per early reports swirling around on the sneaker interwebs the Jumpman Jack Trainer will touch down sometime in the fall of 2024 and be priced at $200 USD for men’s sizes.


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Stay tuned for further info as it’s made available.

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