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Travis Scott Releasing Kentucky "Cactus Jack" Apparel

World-famous rapper, Travis Scott, owns an apparel company called "Cactus Jack" and must have wanted in on the action by collaborating with collegiate universities very similar to what Drake did with his OVO (October's Very Own) brand. Scott's clothing brand is teaming up with twenty-eight different colleges across the country with the University of Kentucky being one of them.


The unveiling of the "Jack Goes Back to College" collection will come this upcoming Monday, April 1st. Hopefully, this is not a joke. Cactus Jack is teaming up with other apparel companies such as Fanatics, Lids, and Mitchell & Ness to bring the collegiate collaboration. If you are a fan of both Travis Scott and the University of Kentucky, you won't have to wait long to get some new Kentucky swag since the Wildcats are a part of the Spring 2024 release.



Besides Kentucky, the other twenty-seven schools include Boston University, Southern University, Clemson, Texas A&M, Florida State, Tulane, Alabama, Grambling State, LSU, California, Michigan State, Mississippi State, UCF, Florida, Northeastern, Georgia, Penn State, Houston, Oregon, USC, Miami, Michigan, Texas, Oklahoma, UCLA, and Wisconsin.

Here is a little sneak peek of the UCLA collaboration. Next Thursday, April 4th, the limited-edition collection will be available via shop.travisscott.com, select Lids locations, and campus bookstores operated by Barnes & Noble at the participating universities and even Fanatics.com


Some of the threads that will be available will include headwear made by Mitchell & Ness which will be in the form of a snapback with a Cactus Jack twist along with the university branding. Clothing items include t-shirts, crewnecks, hoodies, shorts, sweatpants, and even backpacks. This would provide Kentucky fans with a complete head-to-toe look for gamedays. In regards to pricing, the range of prices varies from $68 up to $160 to try to cater to students and fans of all ages.





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