You would be hard pressed to find a rapper with a more loyal fan base than Travis Scott these days. The numerous examples of adrenaline-fueled stage diving and moshing seen in his recently-released Netflix documentary Look Mom I Can Fly, which follows him throughout his monumental 2018-2019 run, prove just how much the Houston native’s following values him.  

Scott returns the love rather generously, too. Over the years, he has provided fans with a ton of merch that ranges from ordinary items like T-shirts to much more unique offerings like cereal bowls and spoons. As far as back as the Never Sober tour in 2014, Scott was producing limited edition merch. Other early supporters of the Mo City artist might point to his very of-the-moment collaboration with Been Trill as one of the more memorable items, while some might hold his Anti tour merch when he opened up for Rihanna in 2016 in high regard. 

Regardless of how long you have been a fan or what other merch you might have copped, there is no denying that the run of merch centered around the album release, world tour, and festival run for ASTROWORLD has been the most robust and coveted to date. Scott certainly isn’t the first artist to get people buzzing over his merch. The recent wave of vintage rock band tees and Kanye West’s Yeezus and Life of Pablo collections are other notable instances. But Scott has certainly been able to keep demand high for his pieces. 

Fresh off of the release of some new T-shirts and hoodies marking the premier of Look Mom I Can Fly on Netflix, we decided to rank our 10 favorite pieces of ASTROWORLD-era Travis Scott merch (so far). And before anyone asks, the capsule of apparel he released with Jordan Brand alongside his valuable Air Jordan 1 earlier this year is off limits. Take a look at our selections below.