Allen Iverson's Reebok Question is one of the most iconic signature basketball shoes of the '90s, and now its low-cut counterpart — the Question Low — is set to return in an "Oatmeal" colorway. First released in 1999, the same year Iverson took home a scoring title and All-NBA First Team selection, the "Oatmeal" brings a healthy dose of lifestyle flair to a performance-geared silhouette. This juxtaposition of casual and court-ready parts makes a great deal of sense: Iverson's always known that you have to look good to play good.
Uppers are built from a supple white tumbled leather, a straightforward base that's quickly accented by a healthy dose of tan embellishments. The most noticeable garnishment arrives on the suede toe cap, but more are present on the bold eyestays plus the heel's Question and #3 logos. Classic Vector branding makes an appearance on the midfoot and asymmetrical tongue, while white midsoles show off bulbous, clear DMX cushioning pods on both the heel and forefoot. Icy blue outsoles with final pops of tan Reebok branding finalize the style.
The Reebok Question Low "Oatmeal" is set to release on the Reebok webstore come May 7, and is priced at $120 USD.
This appealing Iverson is also one of a dozen styles included in the latest installment of our hand-picked Best Footwear Drops list.