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Penn State Included In Travis Scott X Mitchell & Ness Collegiate-Inspired Apparel Collection

Cactus Jack, the official brand of rapper Travis Scott, announced a collaboration with Fanatics, Lids, and Mitchell & Ness Thursday morning. The first-of-its-kind collection is set to release on Thursday, April 4, and includes merchandise from 28 different universities from all around the country, including Penn State.

The “Jack Goes Back to College” collection will combine “collegiate pride” and streetwear style, offering a selection of headwear and apparel for students all over the nation.

The first release of headwear will include a snapback with a “Cactus Jack” twist and university branding. As for clothing, t-shirts, crewnecks, hoodies, shorts, sweatpants, and backpacks will all be available for purchase. The collection caters to both students and fans by providing accessible retail price points that range from $68 to $160.

According to the Fanatics website, the limited-edition drop will be available on both Travis Scott’s website and Fanatics. Additionally, folks can find the “Jack Goes Back to College” collection at select Lids locations and campus bookstores operated by Barnes & Noble College.

The superstar music artist is no stranger to Penn State as he has performed in Happy Valley during his Utopia and ASTROWORLD tours. It’s no surprise that Penn State made an appearance on the highly-exclusive list of universities included in this unique project.

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Cadyn Gill

Cadyn is a freshman journalism major at Penn State. Hailing from the great state of Texas, he is a die hard Dallas sports fan. You'll often see him voicing his complaints about the Cowboys play calling on Twitter @cgill214.

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