After months of speculated drop dates and leaked images, Travis Scott's Air Jordan 6s finally released to the public today—but things didn't exactly go smoothly. Unsurprisingly, Nike's SNKRS app was hit with a barrage of requests at 10 a.m. sharp, leaving many user's phones lagging to catch up with the demand. When things eventually calmed down, members were presented with a 15-minute window to get their entries in, but actually getting a pair proved to be easier said than done.
Once the results began rolling in, Twitter users let loose with their usual complaints over SNKRS, specifically The Draw raffle. Below, we've compiled the best reactions to the Ls.
Built with an olive green nubuck upper inspired by Scott's love for vintage military apparel, this Jordan 6 is outfitted with special details including canvas in place of neoprene on the tongue, glow-in-the-dark outsoles, and cargo pocket attachments on the lateral sides. Retailing at a premium price point of $250, the pair is currently reselling for an average of around $1,000.