Travis Scott Celebrates Release of Cactus Jack College Collection With Trips to LSU & Texas

Travis Scott is heading back to college for the day. To celebrate the release of his Jack Goes Back to School collection — helmed by his Cactus Jack brand in collaboration with Mitchell & Ness and Fanatics — La Flame pulled up to LSU (Louisiana State University) and the University of Texas on Thursday (April 4).

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Joined by Fanatics CEO Michael Rubin, Scott headed to the LSU bookstore for a midnight launch of the collection where he was greeted by fans looking to get their hands on the Tiger-themed merchandise, and the “SICKO MODE” rapper even gifted a girl his sweatshirt off his back.

The 32-year-old Cactus Jack boss linked up with the star power on campus as he hung out with LSU quarterback and highly touted NFL Draft prospect Jayden Daniels as well as LSU hoop stars Angel Reese and Flau’jae Johnson, who signed autographs for fans.

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Travis Scott then jetted to the University of Texas where he was an honorary Longhorn for the afternoon. Scott participated in a panel discussion with UT president Jay Hartzell and then got rowdy with the football team by joining the squad for spring practice.

The cross-country trip isn’t done just yet with a Trojan stop at the University of Southern California still on tap for the afternoon.

Fans can shop the Jack Goes Back to School collection — which features garments from 28 different colleges — at La Flame’s online store as well as the Fanatics website. University bookstores and select Lids locations will also be carrying the capsule.

The Houston rager used his creative vision to blend the worlds of collegiate sports with streetwear for a merchandise run that includes snapback hats, hoodies, T-shirts, shorts, sweatpants, crewnecks and backpacks. The limited-edition apparel ranges in price from $68 to $160.

Some of the marquee schools on board outside of LSU, University of Texas and USC include the University of Michigan, University of Miami, University of Kentucky, University of Alabama, Penn State University, Clemson University, Florida State University and many more.

Travis Scott is still entrenched in the litigation surrounding the tragic 2021 Astroworld Festival, but last week his legal team requested in Houston court that he be dismissed from the sprawling lawsuits.

While the festival left 10 dead and has since compiled 2,500 lawsuits against Astroworld, Scott’s attorneys are arguing that safety and security at live events is “not the job of performing artists.”

Find images from the collection below.

Jack Goes Back To College

Jack Goes Back To College Cactus Jack

Jack Goes Back To College

Jack Goes Back To College Cactus Jack

Jack Goes Back To College

Jack Goes Back To College Cactus Jack

Jack Goes Back To College

Jack Goes Back To College Cactus Jack

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