The Reebok Question Low was recently brought back to the market via its retro launch of the “Green Toe” makeup, and now it’s slated to revive an extra clean colorway from 1999: the “Grey Toe”. This two-toned installment saw an early release via Packer and Full Court Press, but now the vector brand has officially confirmed its wider release.
Returning for the first time in 22 years, this straightforward installment retains its OG color schemes, but makes a minor adjustment in its upper build. Instead of utilizing the original shaggy suedes for its toe cap, the designers at Reebok have reincarnated this offering with a patent leather material. More notes of gray are sprinkled along the lace loops, embroidered Reebok logos situated on the mid-foot and tongues, as well as the glossy heel panels. Elsewhere on these low-slung basketball-turned-lifestyle kicks, the leather lateral and medial walls, as well as the mesh tongues are done up in a crisp clean white. More hits of gray are also applied to the backgrounds of the lower heel’s customary “3” embellishment — a call out to Allen Iverson‘s jersey number — the hexagon paneling on the midsoles and the treading.
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