Custom Nike, Travis Scott shoes sent to guests of Michael Rubin’s Fourth of July party in Hamptons: ‘Don’t puke on these!’

It must be the shoes!

After the invitations for Fanatics mogul Michael Rubin’s upcoming July Fourth party in the Hamptons were created by artist George Condo, Rubin and Travis Scott found out a way for the 350 guests lucky enough to get invites to show up in style, too.

Guests attending the party received limited-edition pairs of Nike and Scott sneakers on Saturday that were custom-made just for the bash.

The Cactus Jack and Nike shoes started showing up on guests’ doorsteps Saturday morning. Instagram/@willmakris
The sneakers will never be publicly released, we hear. Instagram/@willmakris
A note from Michael Rubin and Travis Scott that arrived with their custom Nikes gave guests a cheeky warning. Instagram/@willmakris

The 350 pairs of all-white, low-top Cactus Jack Air Jordans are numbered, with each guest’s name individually on the insole — plus their initials inside the kicks’ stylish tongues, too.

The “Cactus Jack AJ 1 Lows” — which will never be released to the public — arrived in white suitcases that look like they’re carrying the nuclear codes.

(The cases are branded with Scott’s Cactus Jack logo and “White Party” on the back. A custom bag also reads “Michael Rubin’s White Party, July 4 2024, Bridgehampton.”)

Sneakerhead sources speculate that the very limited-edition shoes could be worth up to $50,000 on the market.

The kicks include each guest’s name inside the insole. Instagram/@willmakris
Each guest’s initials also appear on the shoes. Instagram/@willmakris

But don’t expect them to show up on StockX.

A card that comes with the unique sneaks reads: “Don’t puke on these!,” as well as the warning, “Not for resale — I know who you are.”

The card from Rubin and Scott adds, “See you July 4th,” and is signed, “Trav and Rubin.”

To create the custom shoes, we hear that Rubin’s office was calling guests last fall to get their sizes.

The case the shoes arrived in looks like its “carrying the nuclear codes.” Instagram/@willmakris
Rubin’s office got guests’ shoe sizes to make the custom order last fall. Instagram/@willmakris

The guest list this year is being kept tighter than ever. A source says, “They’re getting hundreds of calls a day, and had two separate offers of $1 million donations” to no avail.

“Numerous business titans, billionaires, artists and athletes have been told there’s no room for them as they’re sticking to the 350 people,” the insider adds.

The guest list is half of the Met Gala, which has 600 to 700 attendees.

On Saturday, numerous guests, including Rubin pal Will Makris, started posting pics of their numbered shoes on Instagram. The shoes are only for those attending the coveted bash, we’ve learned.

The shoes are a collaboration between Nike and Scott. Instagram/@willmakris
Kim Kardashian is a regular attendee. kimkardashian/Instagram

Meantime, Scott has turned his arrest this week in Miami into another branding opportunity.

After an alleged misdemeanor kerfuffle involving a boat party he was asked to leave, the star almost immediately released a T-shirt with his mugshot on it and the hilarious two-word quip he told cops when they’d asked him if he’d been drinking that night: “It’s Miami.”

His attorney, Bradford Cohen, also previously told Page Six, “Mr. Scott was briefly detained due to a misunderstanding… we thank the authorities for working with us towards a swift and amicable resolution.”

Scott is known as a regular attendee at Rubin’s mansion bash, along with Kim Kardashian, Kendall Jenner, Drake, Jay-Z and Beyonce, Tom Brady, Emily Ratajkowski and other A-listers and pro athletes.

Jennifer Lopez and Ben Affleck previously attended Rubin’s party. Michael Rubin
Jay-Z and Beyoncé usually celebrate July Fourth at the stylish party. Michael Rubin (Instagram: michaelrubin)

About 300 black-and-white Condo works previously went out to guests in NYC and LA that were individually numbered and personally signed by the artist, who made the invites as a pal of Rubin’s. (We hear they’re expected to collaborate on a potential Topps collection.)

Rubin’s bash is also known for its many performances.