words // Brandon Richard
For the summer, Reebok reintroduces Allen Iverson’s Question signature shoe in three fresh new canvas-based colorways.
Styled after three of A.I.’s Philly jerseys, the “Summer Canvas” Pack features the Question in Blue, Black and Red. Shoes feature boldly colored canvas and leather upper with matching translucent rubber outsoles.
The Question was Iverson’s debut signature model in 1996. Since successfully returning with new energy last spring, the classic has been made available in several new colorways, the latest being this eye-catching canvas trio.
You can add these Reebok basketball shoes to your summer rotation today.
words // Brandon Richard
For decades, white-on-whites have been the staple Spring/Summer sneaker style. With a renewed focus on its Classics range, Reebok gets you ready for the warmer months ahead with clean make-ups of some of your all-time favorite silhouettes.
Dubbed “The White Collection,” the lineup consists of Allen Iverson’s Question Low, Dominique Wilkins’ Twilight Zone Pump, the Classic Leather, Workout Plus, Phase 1, Ex-O-Fit Hi and women’s Freestyle Hi. Each iconic model is presented in an all-white look with silver accents and heritage branding.
For the ‘White Hot’ campaign that accompanies the pack release, Reebok brought in familiar faces like brand icon Allen Iverson and a new partner in rapper Rick Ross, both seen in a few of the visuals below.
With spring officially in gear, you can shop these White Collection Reebok shoes here today.
The sneaker craze over the last decade has been insane (in a good way). The industry has grown a ton and we have the awesome shoe brands, talented players and loyal sports/sneaker fans everywhere to thank for that. Another piece to that puzzle has undoubtedly been the Eastbay catalog. Among many other things, Eastbay’s Jordan selection and the variety of colors always baffled me as a kid, and still does to this day! So lets take a stroll down Eastbay Memory Lane and have a look at the hoops catalog from 10 years ago. The cover featured a massive dunk by a guy that is “VERTICALLY INSANE.” The back cover has a nice pair of Nike Air Max Plus that look like an Olympic-esque colorway.
As we move to Page 3 we see a solid Reebok collection. This is where the color variety comes into play. 15 colors of the Reebok Question! It’s nice to think back to Iverson’s prime…
Page 9 was amazing. As you see it has a bunch of AJ XV in mids, lows and mocs along with some classy $225 Jordan boots, the original Super Freak and the Trunner. But most of all, the retros caught my eye. The icy Air Jordan V Laney and White/Silver colorways and the biggest gem of this catalog, the wrong sample Air Jordan VI with the Infared midsole. The actual VI that was shipped to customers of course had the dominantly black midsole with the Infared accents, making this minor error a beauty.