Last released in 2018, the sneaker uses a white tumbled leather upper with red, black and gold accents throughout. The most iconic design feature is the split design element over the laces that break up the Reebok Vector. The sneaker also introduced Iverson’s I3 logo for the first time, which is jeweled and seen towards the heel of the sneaker. The sneaker also was the first Iverson sneaker to use DMX 10 cushioning, which used an air transfer system bridge and pods to displace air depending on where pressure is applied.
The sneaker is also known for its iconic “Crossover” commercial, which Iverson wore in this colorway and had every kid on the playground trying to perfect this move.
The Reebok Answer DMX OG is set to drop on June 29th via Reebok.com and at select retailers for $170. Check out the 2018 pair below as well as A.I. himself wearing them in the 97/98 season and for all the latest drop dates, head over to our Sneaker Release Dates page.
Reebok Answer DMX OG
Release Date:July 29, 2022