Set To Drop: Reebok Question Mid

To have a signature shoe as a NBA rookie in the 90’s was practically unheard of. A signature shoe was earned through hard work, dedication, and a player’s court performance. Which is why one particular young rookie had so many questions to answer before he ever stepped foot on an NBA court. That young rookie was Allen Iverson. He debuted his own Reebok signature shoe in the fall of 1996 and silenced the haters and left no question unanswered as to if he could ball. The kid could flat out play. In fact, because of his electric court performances, Iverson’s signature shoe, the Reebok Question Mid, became one of the most iconic sneakers in the 90’s. 

Behind the Design

The legendary pair is back in it’s classic “Red Suede Toe” colorway and is identical to the original 1996 release. The pair features premium white leather uppers with red synthetic nubuck toe boxes and heels. The midsole is composed of EVA foam and is loaded with Reebok’s signature Hexalite hexagonal cushioning which together make for one comfortable pair. Ice Blue abrasion-resistant soles help grip the hardwood as you crossover your opponent in true Iverson fashion. To finish off the look, the classic “Q” logo is found on the heel along with an embroidered “3”. 

Now the only question left to answer is if you plan on copping a pair.

The Reebok Question Mids release on August 21, 2020, and retail for $140 USD both in stores and online at DTLR.com

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Will Hardison

Will became a Sneakerhead with his first pair of Jordan 12s in 6th grade. He is a graduate from East Carolina University and currently lives in Raleigh, NC with his wife and two children. Proudly, he owns a Tinker Hatfield signed magazine. Follow him on Twitter @willhardison

August 20, 2020

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