As Reebok continues its exploration of Allen Iverson‘s signature footwear lineage, one of the models that’s taken the spotlight time and time again is the Question — AI’s first signature shoe. The Question Low, a chopped-down version of the mid-cut Question, has had its moments as well and now it’s set to release in a new “Clear” colorway that was clearly designed with the summer in mind.
Uppers are made almost entirely of crisp white leather, with tonal debossed Reebok branding present on the quarter, heel and tongue alike. The toe cap, ever the standout piece of the Question, provides the one main material divergence outside of the mesh tongue by swapping out tumbled leather for smooth leather to supply an interesting textural contrast. Down below, white midsoles surround large DMX cushioning units. This honeycomb-shaped cushioning setup is visible through cored-out details on the outsole, which is constructed of icy blue rubber that provides the shoe with its “Clear” moniker.
The Reebok Question Low “Clear” will see a release via the Reebok webstore on June 30. Its MSRP is set at a standard $120 USD.
Regarding Reebok’s other goings-on, the brand has undertaken a new creative direction under the watchful eye of Kerby Jean-Raymond.