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Reebok Question “Banner” Release Date

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Allen Iverson’s jersey will officially rise into the rafters of the Wells Fargo Center on March 1st. Coinciding with the monumental milestone, his first signature, the Reebok Question has been created in a special “Banner” colorway for the occasion. Jersey material and suede each grace the upper of the sneaker, bearing the colors the 76ers wore back in Iverson’s early career, while a white sole holds things down on the bottom. The release date on these “Banner” Reebok Questions is March 14th, with 1996 pairs set to land at soon-to-be-announced Reebok retailers for $160. Until then, drop your thoughts on the celebratory kick in the comments section, and check out what Iverson himself had to say about the commemorative sneakers:

Reebok Question Yao Ming PE

Reebok Question Yao Ming PE

Years ago and unknown to most, the Reebok roster laced their tallest talent in the shoes of their shortest star. The Reebok Question Yao Ming PE finds the H-Town big man broken off with a pair of Allen Iverson’s illustrious signatures. White tumbled leather lends itself to the majority of the upper, accented by deep navy nuances on the toe, tagging and heel. Red works its way in as the final highlight tone on this size 18 exclusive, up for auction now on eBay.

Reebok Question Mid “Valentine’s Day” Another Look

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Reebok has the answer for “Valentine’s Day” as we get another look at the upcoming holiday-themed Question Mid. Tackled by tumbled leather, the signature comes in red-hot up top, underlined by a clean white midsole. Featuring a glittered toe cap, pink accents also adorn the sneaker, hitting up the laces and translucent outsole. Landing at retailers a week ahead of Valentine’s Day, you can grab a pair of this Question today at Reebok for $95.

Reebok Question “Valentine’s Day”

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The Reebok Question is set to make a sanguine statement next month with a “Valentine’s Day” colorway for the ladies. Tackled by tumbled leather, the signature comes in red-hot up top, underlined by a clean white midsole. Featuring a glittered toe cap, pink accents also adorn the sneaker, hitting up the laces and translucent outsole. Landing at retailers a week ahead of Valentine’s Day, you can grab a pair of this Question on February 7th for $95.

Reebok Classic “Ghost of Christmas” Pack

Reebok Classic Ghost of Christmas Pack

The Reebok Classic “Ghost of Christmas” Pack sees the signature silos of Shawn Kemp, Shaquille O’Neal and Allen Iverson all in the holiday spirit. The Reebok Kamikaze II leads off the pack as “The Ghost of Christmas Past,” presenting the energetic model with loud red accents. Second is the Reebok Shaq Attaq “Ghost of Christmas Present,” seen in a two-tone green take. Lastly is the Reebok Question, representing the “Ghost of Christmas Future” in a bold purple colorway. Look for the Reebok Classic “Ghost of Christmas” Pack to release at select Reebok Classic accounts this Friday.

Stash x Reebok Question Preview

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Out of the trove, Stash unveils a profile shot of the latest tag-team effort with Reebok on the Question Mid. Paying the utmost homage to the bonafide hardwood classic, a mashup of superior materials cloaks the upper, including ostrich, suede and leather, bearing hues of blue and cool grey. Release details are still unknown, so stay tuned to Nice Kicks for more information as it becomes available.

Live Look: Reebok Q96

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The Reebok Q96 reintroduces Allen Iverson’s game and sneakers to a new generation of hoopers. Inspired by the iconic Reebok Question and revamped with modern technology, today’s Live Look details the

Packer Shoes x Reebok Question “For Player Use Only” Pack Another Look

Packer Shoes x Reebok Question "For Player Use Only"

Two PEs, one collaboration, the Packer Shoes x Reebok Question “For Player Use Only” Package sees the retro release of rare exclusives designed for Kobe Bryant and LeBron James roughly