Travis Scott Drops PlayStation x Cactus Jack Collab Merch

Trace William Cowen
·2 min read

Travis Scott, whose 2020 marathon of top-tier collaborations remains unmatched in the industry, is now the new face of PlayStation.

La Flame and the Cactus Jack team have been a key element in the rollout for Sony's PlayStation 5 device, which launched in North America on Thursday. Naturally, the pairing has also resulted in another batch of highly coveted merch, including the extremely limited (and not-for-resale) Nike Dunk Low Cactus Jack x PlayStation shoe.

Travis Scott PlayStation x Nike Dunk Profile
Image via Travis Scott x PlayStation x Nike

The capsule also features t-shirts, hoodies, bottoms, posters, and more. Each piece, in ways ranging from traditional to experimental, contains elements familiar to those who gave a close watch to Scott's "Unboxing Reimagined" livestream on Thursday night.

Below, peep a selection of Cactus Jack x PlayStation pieces. The full collection can be shopped via the Travis Scott store here. For info on how to win a pair of the Dunk Lows, check this.

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Image via Travis Scott x PlayStation
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Image via Travis Scott x PlayStation
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Image via Travis Scott x PlayStation
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Image via Travis Scott x PlayStation
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Image via Travis Scott x PlayStation
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Image via Travis Scott x PlayStation
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Image via Travis Scott x PlayStation
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Image via Travis Scott x PlayStation
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Image via Travis Scott x PlayStation
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Image via Travis Scott x PlayStation
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Image via Travis Scott x PlayStation
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Image via Travis Scott x PlayStation
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Image via Travis Scott x PlayStation
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Image via Travis Scott x PlayStation
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Image via Travis Scott x PlayStation
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Image via Travis Scott x PlayStation
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Image via Travis Scott x PlayStation
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Image via Travis Scott x PlayStation
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Image via Travis Scott x PlayStation
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Image via Travis Scott x PlayStation

Earlier this year, La Flame made waves with his wildly successful collaboration with McDonald's. As the Wall Street Journal reported back in October, the company attributed the mid-pandemic growth it experienced from July through September to its partnership with Scott, whose popular link-up was quickly followed by a similar collaborative effort with J Balvin.

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