Reebok Readies Allen Iverson's Question Low in "Vivid Orange" and "Fluid Blue"

Fire and ice stylings for AI’s low-cut classic.

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After appearing in both a classic “Oatmeal” and a new “Modern Beige,” Reebok‘s Question Low is back with two more styles: a fire-and-ice duo of “Vivid Orange” and “Fluid Blue” colorways. A slimmed-down iteration of Allen Iverson‘s most popular signature sneaker, these Questions arrive at vastly divergent ends of the color spectrum, but are united by a shared build and a propensity for boldly-placed patent leather overlays.

Each style is made of white tumbled leather, and applies its namesake hue in liberal fashion. Patent leather toe caps, heel pieces and eyestays add either warm or cool touches of flair, with bold #3 embellishments on each heel letting you know just who the shoes were made for. Tongues get into the branded fun as well, but keep things tonal for a crisp look. Each midsole also uses a duo of DMX cushioning pods for a distinct embellishment and signature Reebok cushioning. Down below, icy blue outsoles round things off in uniform fashion.

The Reebok Question Low “Vivid Orange” and “Fluid Blue” are both set to release via the Reebok webstore on June 18, and each pair retails for $120 USD.

For more from Reebok, check out Sneeze Magazine‘s new two-tone take on the ever-popular Club C.

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