Travis Scott showcases the Jumpman Jack in a Boston Celtics-inspired colorway

The rap superstar has began to roll out different color variants of his signature sneaker.
2024 NBA Finals - Game Two
2024 NBA Finals - Game Two / Maddie Meyer/GettyImages

As the Boston Celtics have begun to develop a slightly comfortable lead against the Dallas Mavericks in the 2024 NBA Finals, the stars have started to appear courtside and are not holding back on debuting some styles. As Jayson Tatum, Jaylen Brown, and the rest of the Boston Celtics have gained the lead of the series at 2-0, the job certainly is not finished but things are looking good as the team in green looks to capture their first NBA Championship for the franchise since 2008.

Travis Scott happens to be one of the A-listers showing their support for the Celtics, as he debuted an exclusive green and black variation of his recently released Jumpman Jack, the Houston-based rapper's first signature sneaker exclusive to Nike.

The man known as "Cactus Jack" was seen sporting the new look on celebrity row during Game 2 of the 2024 Finals. The shoe features a loud turn when it comes to the original design and color palette of the released look. This version features an emerald green base color taking over the look of the sneaker followed up with black accents on the shoe as well as on the laces, making it a strikingly loud but clean design for the style of shoe we are used to.

Travis Scott looks to keep the ball rolling off the success of his Jumpman Jack sneaker.

While it is still unclear whether this is a sample pair that was just made for the one-time occasion for Scott or even as a gift for members of the Celtics roster, they have caught the attention of fans and sneakerheads all over and look to have garnered the interest of collectors as well. As of now, re-releases of the original pair are probably on the horizon before an official release for this now-dubbed "Celtics" colorway. Depending on what happens in this NBA Finals matchup and who emerges as world champions, the public could see these get an official release very soon.

The scheduled releases have performed greatly for Nike and Travis Scott respectively so chances for one to grab a pair of the shoe either in its already released colorway or future styles should be in the coming months and into next year. After all, the partnership between "La Flame" and Nike has only gotten bigger each year, expanding on the styles of already released collabs between the two and the models that are put out every drop.