The Reebok Question has been in production since its debut in 1996, featuring patent-leather details, a durable upper, and the trademark Hexalite midsole. The shoe isn’t just a hallmark of style that doesn’t stop, but a tribute to fashion in every sense of the word. Structurally sound, its lace-up façade spells sophistication.
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Reebok Question Basketball Shoes for Men & Boys Way back in 1996, Reebok released the first signature sneaker for hoops superstar Allen Iverson—the Question Mid Basketball Sneakers . These chunky hoops shoes set the stage for many iterations and colorways as the years ticked by.
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Since 1996, Allen Iverson’s collaborated with Reebok to produce on-point basketball shoes like the sports-inspired Question line. Solidly grounded in court-shoe territory, the Question Mid has a rise that strikes the perfect balance between game and street style.
NBA Sports Trivia And Name That Basketball Shoe By Aaron Senich April 1, 2014 June 18th, 2018 No Comments I realize March Madness is still going on (even in April), but with the playoff race heating up I decided to delve into the NBA for a little sports trivia.
So in the 1890s, Joseph William Foster made some of the first known running shoes with spikes in them. By 1895, he was in business making shoes by hand for top runners; and before long his fledgling company, J.W. Foster and Sons, developed an international clientele of distinguished athletes.