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Travis Scott has given us a look at a new version of his reverse-Swoosh Air Jordan 1. The "SICKO MODE" rapper was recently spotted in the pair, as this is the second time the alternate colorway has been teased.

Scott debuted the Air Jordan 1s at a party for his new hit single, "FRANCHISE," featuring Young Thug and M.I.A. An alternate to last year's release, the reverse iteration flips the colors on the upper, pairing white leather with brown suede. The backwards Swoosh is rendered in black, thus matching the laces. On the medial side, you will find a reflective Cactus Jack logo underneath the Swoosh. An off-white midsole and brown outsole complete the design.

This look at the alternate reverse-Swoosh Air Jordan 1 arrives as Scott recently collaborated with McDonald's to bring his go-to order to the fast food chain. It remains to be seen if and when the sneaker will release, so be sure to check back with us for more detailed info.

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