Flight School: Reebok Question
The Reebok Question was just another reason to like Allen Iverson. Well actually, it might be the only reason. Released in 1996, the Reebok Question was Iverson’s first signature sneaker and became one of their best designed basketball sneakers. Today, it’s marked as one of the most iconic basketball sneakers of all time for its success as an overall shoe. Designed while Iverson was still at Georgetown University, the Reebok Question was built to enhance his fast movements on the court. Reebok’s Vice President said, “[w]e created the speed Gilly system and the pop on the toe because Allen moves so quick that we wanted something to really pop when he’s moving. It was all really created out of trying to make a great product for a speed player, but it had great fashion ability.” The Reebok Question was the trendy sneaker at the time and looked great with anything you wore it with. Its contrasting leather details with minimal branding made it a must have for the sneaker head community. Let us know if you have ever had a pair of the Reebok Question’s in the comments below!