Travis Scott's collection of Air Jordan collaborations looks to be growing at a rapid pace. Ahead of one of his recent shows for the Astroworld: Wish You Were Here tour, La Flame was seen rocking a never-before-seen colorway of his Air Jordan 1 design.

This pair resembles the first pair that surfaced with its dark brown panels and backwards Swoosh on the lateral side. However, it features a black leather upper and white Swoosh instead of the white upper and black branding seen on the first iteration. 

The white-based colorway is rumored for an April 2019 release, but there is currently no word on if we can expect this new pair to hit retailers as well. It is possible this could just be an exclusive one-of-one for the Houston rapper. Along with these Air Jordan 1s, it was also recently announced that the Grammy-nominated artist will be dropping his own Air Jordan 6 collab in 2019 as well. Fans are still keeping their fingers crossed that his purple "Cactus Jack" Air Jordan 4 makes its way to retailers next year too.

According to py_rates, this new colorway is not another Air Jordan 1 High, but rather a low-top variation of the sneaker which is also expected to release in 2019.

Stay tuned as more information becomes available regarding the black colorway of the Travis Scott x Air Jordan 1.

UPDATE (04/28): Here's another look at Travis Scott's upcoming Air Jordan 1 Low collab thanks to @long7ze on Instagram.

Travis Scott x Air Jordan 1 Low Tongue
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Travis Scott x Air Jordan 1 Low Medial
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Travis Scott x Air Jordan 1 Low Heel
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Travis Scott x Air Jordan 1 Low Insole
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UPDATE (04/23): A new look at the upcoming Travis Scott x Air Jordan 1 Low has surfaced, courtesy of @jwolfstreetexec on Instagram. Like La Flame's highly-anticipated Air Jordan 1 High collab, this pair sports a brown, black, and white color scheme with a reverse Swoosh on each side panel. Red Cactus Jack branding completes the design. A release date is currently rumored for September 2019.

Travis Scott x Air Jordan 1 'Black' 1
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