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Looks like there’s at least two “Cactus Jack” AJ1s in the works.
Travis Scott and Jordan Brand will continue their partnership in 2019 with several new sneaker collabs, including a unique, white and brown Air Jordan 1 with a backward Nike swoosh. Those are rumored to drop in April, and it appears they won’t be the only “Cactus Jack” AJ1 arriving next year.

As seen in one of La Flame’s most recent IG posts, the special edition AJ1 also comes in a tan and black colorway, equipped with the familiar flipped Nike swoosh in white on the lateral side.

According to sneaker source @PY_Rates, there’s also a Travis Scott x Air Jordan 6 set to drop in 2019 featuring an “Olive, Black, Sail & University Red” colorway, similar to one of the exclusive “Cactus Jack” Air Jordan 4 collabs.

It remains to be seen if the olive and purple Travis Scott x Air Jordan 4s will ever release, but 2019 is already shaping up to be a big year for “Cactus Jack” Air Jordans, with or without the AJ4s.

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Mark Wahlberg is the latest celebrity to aid in the recovery from the California wildfires. He is giving fans a chance to win an autographed pair of the friends-and-family “Wahlburgers” Air Jordan 4s.

The A-list actor has created a page on CrowdRise to generate donations for California wildfire relief in collaboration with the Entertainment Industry Foundation. Every $10 that is donated will count as one entry into the raffle. Money will be going towards support of the first responders and communities affected by the tragic fires that have struck California in recent weeks. Along with the rare pair, the winner will also be given the chance to video chat with the movie star as well.

If it wasn’t already clear that Nike sees augmented reality as a big deal for footwear, it is now. The company is using AR inside its SNKRS app to offer a peek at its biggest shoe release of the year, the Air Jordan 11 Concord, days before you can buy it on December 8th. The immersive feature is no longer there just to help in “the hunt” or serve as an “unlock trigger,” a spokesperson tells Engadget. Rather, it’s there to “enhance the shopping experience” in your feed.

If you want to have a look, you only have to find the shoes, tap a camera button and then tap on a flat surface to ‘pin’ the sneakers and walk around them. This isn’t the same as putting them on your feet, of course, but it’s much better than staring at photos and wondering whether you’ll like the style in real life. The option is available to hypebeasts using an iPhone 6s or newer (we’re checking on Android).