First Look at Packer's Next Reebok Answer IV Collab

Bearing a super clean white and gray palette.

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Packer and Reebok have a rich collaborative history as the two have linked together for various projects that have entailed the Instapump Fury, Question Mid, Premier Trinity and more. And after recently dropping its Reebok Answer IV “Ultramarine” offering, the two are slated to come back together to release its sequel.

The kicks have been teased by the boutique’s head buyer in Victor Kan — whom also assisted with the design of the shoes alongside Aaron Kr. Much like the first release, this forthcoming pair unofficially nods to Prada‘s iconic Americas Cup luxury sneaker, but with a brighter color scheme. A majority of the real estate on this Allen Iverson makeup is executed with crisp white and muted gray tones. The former touches on the base layer’s leather overlays as well as the midsoles while the latter informs the mesh collar and tongue paneling and the leather forefoot section that hosts the silhouette’s usual “I3” branding. From there, subtle-yet-effective notes of red are sprinkled to the zipper tips and vector-branded heel badges to channel the Italian luxury model’s energy.

You can likely expect Packer to release these in the coming weeks.

In case you missed it, Kerby Jean-Raymond has announced his departure from Reebok as its Global Creative Director.

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