Briefly spotted in the short clip above, the shoes appear to feature a relatively simple white and brown color scheme, complete with a bold backwards Swoosh and yellowed midsole. This flipped check has become one of Scott’s signature motifs — 2019’s Air Jordan 1 and Air Jordan 1 Low “Cactus Jack” both featured it.
Get a look at the two-part clip of Scott making music and hanging out in his Maxes and Jordan Brand gear above. It hasn’t yet been announced if this is a special F&F shoe, a sample, or if it’ll see a full retail release, but more info will likely arrive soon.
In the meantime, check out the colorful confirmed-for-release style of Scott’s 270 React ENG, which is anticipated to hit stockists in April barring any coronavirus-related delays.