Nike will delay the release of its latest sneaker collaboration with rapper Travis Scott after the tragic events from the Astroworld festival in Houston, the sports apparel company said Monday.

"Out of respect for everyone impacted by the tragic events at the Astroworld Festival, we are postponing the launch of the Air Max 1 x Cactus Jack," Nike said in the statement.

The sneaker design, The Nike x Travis Scott Air Max 270 “Cactus Trails,” was announced last year, and new versions of the design were expected to be released on Dec. 16.

The shoe has a backward swoosh, Nike's famous logo, as well as a somewhat weathered aesthetic.

Ten people died and over 300 were injured at the Astroworld festival on Nov. 5 due to a crowd crush. The festival drew an attendance of about 50,000. The deaths and injuries are still under investigation. 

The deaths included a 9-year-old boy, Ezra Blount, who fell off his father’s shoulders during the performance. The boy had been hospitalized in a coma for about a week.

Scott, whose real name is Jacques Bermon Webster, said he was "absolutely devastated" by the tragedy. The 30-year-old has faced criticism for continuing to perform and negligence for not following proper procedures. He also faces multiple lawsuits.

"They have a 59-page operations plan, and it clearly says the only two people that are, have the authority to stop the concert, were the executive producer and the concert producer. He was not responsible for this, but he wants to be responsible for the solution," Stephanie Rawlings-Blake, Travis Scott's spokeswoman told "CBS Mornings."