All Of Travis Scott's "Astroworld" Merch Has Been Restocked For 24Hrs

While the exclusive, one-day only nature Travis Scott’s Astroworld merch has been one the main catalysts for near-instantaneous sellouts, it appears that La Flame believes in second chances. Should you have missed out on those coveted Astroworld flip-flops, blankets, sweaters, t-shirts, and skateboards, now is your chance for redemption. Scott recently took to Twitter to announce that his store has been completely restocked for twenty-four hours, giving fans ample time to cop the essentials, should they have been caught lacking the first go-around.

“LAST DAY. REUP FULL ASTRO COLLECTION. FREE US SHIPPING IF U ALREADY COP SOMETHING CHECK EMAIL. 24 HRS ONLY!!,” writes Travis, all-caps for emphasis. In case you’re interested, be sure to head over to the ficial Travis Scott online shop right here. A quick gander through the wares reveals a full-stock every available item, so don’t delay.

It does raise the question whether or not Travis will truly keep his Astroworld line exclusive, given the potential revenue it might yield come touring season. Only time will tell. For now, be sure to line your shopping cart accordingly. 

Travis Scott Shares Seventh Day "Astroworld" Merch

In a post-Astroworld landscape, there are two types people. Those that rush like hell to cop the latest Travis Scott merch, and those that don’t. Clearly, La Flame’s name carries mad weight, as evidenced by the “Sold Out” labels across the previous six day’s worth stock. Despite the relatively hefty price tags, Scott’s fans continue to prove among hip-hop’s most loyal, shelling out their cash for a chance at landing some truly exclusive merchandise. 

Continuing his pattern daily drops, Scott has slide through on the seventh day, blessing his following with Astroworld flip-flops and a scattered, rainbow colored t-shirt. The flip-flops are going for $65, while the tee is listed at $40. Should you be among those attempting to pay stylistic homage, head over to Scott’s ficial shop and do what you’ve gotta do. To be fair, the designs are indeed solid, and the exclusive nature does give the Astroworld merch line a mystique befitting its originator. 

Are ya’ll interested in copping some Travis gear?