Travis Scott merch of his Maharishi-inspired Cactus Jack collection, Scott debuted a small selection of merch in late 2014. Drawing on eagle-related symbolism and Scott’s affinity for Nike Air Jordan collaborations, the drop included hoodies, T-shirts and sweatpants featuring Jumpman logos and inverted AP cross insignias. In addition, the line included accessories like satin pajama pants and crewnecks with embroidered eagle designs.
A few weeks before the release of his JACKBOYS compilation album, the Houston rapper dropped a customizable merch line that allowed fans to choose additional graphic overlays. The initial drop featured hoodies and T-shirts in Scott’s favored earth tones, with a shattered glass JACKBOYS logo serving as the collection’s marquee design element. Additional shirts and hats were also released, with Scott’s soaring eagle emblem appearing on the back of each.
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Throughout the course of his Astroworld tour, the Houston rapper kept fans happy with an assortment of tees and hats—many of which were designed in conjunction with merch label Dover Street Market. The collection took inspiration from the album’s titular theme and included a variety of motifs, including bull skulls, flaming cacti, shattered glass and a soaring eagle.
The resale market for Travis Scott merch is strong, with many of the rapper’s limited-edition releases often selling out online and at physical stores. However, due to the hefty price tags on some items, it’s always best to buy official merchandise directly from the artist or their authorized resellers. Buying on sites like Grailed, StockX or eBay (and, of course, the official Travis Scott store) is a great way to ensure you’re getting authentic, genuine Travis Scott products.