Travis Scott, Mitchell & Ness Partner for Collegiate-Inspired Apparel

Collection includes specially designed items for 28 universities.

License Global

April 10, 2024

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Cactus Jack, the official brand of Travis Scott, has teamed up with Fanatics, Lids and Mitchell & Ness to announce a new collegiate-inspired apparel collection. 

The “Jack Goes Back to College” collection combines collegiate pride with streetwear style, offering a selection of headwear and apparel for students across the nation.   

The limited-edition apparel collection will be available via, select Lids locations and campus bookstores operated by Barnes & Noble College at the participating universities, as well as   

The debut collection, designed and produced by Cactus Jack, features 28 universities, including the University of Michigan, University of Georgia, University of Southern California, the University of Wisconsin and the University of Texas. Each university receives unique, specially designed products. The diverse assortment includes: 

  • Headwear: Mitchell & Ness snapback hats reimagined with a Cactus Jack twist and university branding 

  • Clothing: T-shirts, crewnecks, hoodies, shorts, sweatpants and backpacks, providing a complete head-to-toe look

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