Travis Scott Releases ‘Jack Goes Back to College: Utopia University’ Merchandise Line

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Travis Scott Releases 'Jack Goes Back to College: Utopia University' Merchandise Line
TRAVIS SCOTT’S FIRST EVER CACTUS JACK COLLEGIATE-INSPIRED APPAREL COLLECTION IS AVAILABLE NOW VIA CACTUSJACK.WORLD
 
LIMITED EDITION “JACK GOES BACK TO COLLEGE: UTOPIA UNIVERSITY” USC APPAREL WORN BY #1 RANKED HIGH SCHOOL PLAYER AND 5-STAR USC QUARTER-BACK JULIAN LEWIS
 
CAPSULE COLLECTION ALSO AVAILABLE ACROSS 28 NCAA COLLEGIATE UNIVERSITIES CAMPUS BOOKSTORES
 
TRAVIS SCOTT JOINED BY JUJU WATKINS, ANGEL REESE AND JAYDEN DANIELS FOR FIRST THREE STOPS.
April 5, 2024: This week, Cactus Jack, the official brand of multi-platinum, diamond certified recording artist and style icon Travis Scott, launched its first ever collegiate-inspired apparel collection. The “Jack Goes Back to College: Utopia University” collection saw its launch at the University of Texas where Travis Scott stopped by for a surprise visit to the Texas Longhorns football team showcasing the Longhorns-themed Cactus Jack apparel. That same night, Travis Scott and Michael Rubin greeted thousands of college students on LSU’s campus, also joined by NCAA women’s basketball national champion Angel Reese and Heisman Trophy winner Jayden Daniels to celebrate the limited-edition collection launch.
The next stop on the 28-campus tour was Los Angeles’ USC, home of #1 ranked high school player and 5-star quarter back Julian Lewis, seen sporting the latest Cactus Jack x USC apparel, available now via CACTUSJACK.WORLD. American college basketball player for the USC Trojans, and two-time FIBA Gold Medal winner and national high school player of the year JuJu Watkins joined Scott on campus, where students lined around the building for hours ahead of the official opening, same as they had in Louisiana and Texas, further affirming Scott’s unwavering impact in sport, fashion, and popular culture.
 
 
Michael Rubin, Juju Watkins and Travis Scott at USC on April 4 for the launch of “Jack Goes Back to College: Utopia University” collection. credit: Alex Subers/Fanatics
 
The debut collection, designed and produced by Cactus Jack, features 28 different universities (listed below), including powerhouses like the University of Michigan, University of Georgia, University of Southern California, and the University of Texas. Each university receives unique, specially designed products, ensuring students can rep their school in true Cactus Jack style. 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.
The “Jack Goes Back to College: Utopia University” collection offers a range of accessible price points, catering to students and fans alike. Retail prices start at $68 and go up to $160.
Jack Goes Back to College – Available For: 
Boston University
Clemson University
Florida State University
Grambling State University
Louisiana State University
Michigan State University
Mississippi State University
North Carolina A&T State University
Northeastern University
Penn State University
Southern University
Texas A&M University
Tulane University
University of Alabama
University of California, Berkeley
University of California, Los Angeles
University of Central Florida
University of Florida
University of Georgia
University of Houston
University of Kentucky
University of Miami
University of Michigan
University of Oklahoma
University of Oregon
University of Southern California
University of Texas
University of Wisconsin
For more information, please visit the Cactus Jack on Instagram (@cactusjack)
About Cactus Jack Records
Cactus Jack Records, founded by the multi-talented artist and visionary, Travis Scott, stands as a pioneering force in the ever-evolving landscape of the music industry. Established with a commitment to innovation, authenticity, and artistic freedom, Cactus Jack Records has rapidly become a powerhouse in the realm of music, merchandising, marketing, and creative collaborations.

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