Allen Iverson’s first signature Reebok, the Question Mid, is about to drop in a new set of colorways packaged up within the “Canvas Pack.” The three colorways will be available in cherry red, a blue and a black, each constructed with a rugged canvas used throughout the upper and finished off with a leather toe cap and ankle. The monochromatic build-out of the classic Reebok sneaker is complimented with a white midsole rocking the brand’s HEX cushioning system and a tonal set of laces and liner. The sneakers will be available at select Reebok retailers nationwide, beginning June 7, each arriving with their own hangtag, with a $135 pricetag. If you can’t wait, pre-ordering is available now online at Packer Shoes.
The return of the Reebok Shaq Attaq will definitely be a talked-about topic when the Sneaker News staff rewinds through 2013. The re-release of the OG-colorway will soon be followed by this fellow original – the Black/Azure colorway – that will likely be met with high fanfare like the OG. Those who copped the Shaq Attaqs praised Reebok for keeping the re-released as close to the original, and based on this latest image, we can expect the same for the Black/Azure Blue release! Stay tuned to Sneaker News for release information and enjoy the full shot after the jump.
SneakersNStuff kicked off spring with a tribute to Sweden’s first blooming flower in March’s Reebok Question Mid ’Crocus’. SNS is doing a dozen RBK collabs for 2013 (one for each month) and though nothing has been officially announced, judging by the hangtags, it looks like they’re hitting up the original Allen Iversons for one more buttery suede banger. Blocked identically to the Crocuses, this Question shown off by Bow Wow on BET is close to another famous Philadelphia sports aesthetic in the 1970s powder blue/burgundy Phillies. Stick with Sneaker News for an official confirmation and release date, and let us know what you think after seeing more images below.
There’s a bit of new info available on the new Solebox x Reebok Classic Leather creation. Shown here are the sneakers, which are apparently inspired by the Sturnella Militaris, an animal known more commonly as the Red-breasted Blackbird. Indeed it’s a very red and black pair, with suede and leather splitting the difference between those two colors across the upper. Solebox themselves will have just 100 pairs, which will release on May 25th for 110 euros. Stay tuned for release info for the rest of the globe and let us know in the comments if you’re after a pair.
The Reebok ERS 1500 takes its looks from a 1980s RBK running series, but this new for 2013 model has done pretty well for itself with ’90s color schemes. Following up on January’s black plus Blue Steel/Aubergine pair is an even neon-er design, albeit one with similar restraint. Vivid Charged Green (though they appear a bit more yellow in these shots) and pink hits set off an otherwise white/grey/black design. This one is joined by the first blue/orange colorway previewed back in October, which brings us up to date with any future pairs as yet unannounced. Let us know if one of these is the best ERS 1500 colorway to date, then grab yours at Reebok Classics stockists like Size?
Was Shaq popular with the kids back in the day? The answer is yes: along with a superstar presence on the basketball court, Shaq showed a natural charisma behind the camera, appearing in several films like Blue Chips (although that was geared toward older fans) and the Oscar-snubbed “Kazaam” and “Steel”. Let’s not forget the Shaq-Fu video game, in which a realistic plot-line placed Shaq, fully trained in Kung Fu, in a weird dimension in a mission to save a young boy from an evil mummy. The shoes were popular with the kids as well, with this pristine pair of the Reebok Shaqnosis in DS condition bringing us back to the Shaq era of movies and games. The Shaqnosis is indeed headed for a return next month, but with kids sizes not yet confirmed, your best bet might be to cop this new pair from antoniojoaquin123 on eBay.
For Reebok’s 30th anniversary of the Classic Leather, the footwear brand presents its latest reiteration this time collaborating with Berlin’s Solebox. The shoe’s upper is mainly constructed of a mixture of black waxy leather and red suede while the interior is lined with terry cotton for some improved comfort. The Solebox x Reebok Classic Leather sees a contrasting white midsole, both red and black waxed cotton laces and a reflective heel accent that sports the Solebox logo. These will be available at Solebox and other Reebok boutiques on May 24.
Though we saw the grey colorway just the other day, today we have a look at another fresh Victory Pump done in Blue and Black. This offering, in a striking blue, is a nice addition to the line (which also sees a red version) and will be sure to make waves amongst sneaker collectors and nostalgic footwear consumers alike. Grab these pumped up kicks now.
Reebok has just re-released its classic 90s Court Victoy Pump silhouette in an all new rendition coming in a red, gray, and blue colorway. The go-to shoe for American tennis ace and numerous record holder Michael Chang boasts besides the eponymous pump system, a breathable mesh and suede construction. You can pick up a pair now over at feature.
As part of the brand’s Reserve Collection, Reebok has released the classic Court Victory Pump in a trio of colorways. Originally released in 1990 and made famous by former tennis prodigy Michael Chang, the mid top sneaker uses a mix of breathable mesh and synthetic suede across the upper, plus Reebok’s Hexalite cushioning for durable shock absorption. Signature tennis ball pump at the tongue rounds out the details. Available in tonal light grey, red with royal accents and royal blue with black accents, the Reebok Court Victory Pump is in stock now at select Reebok retailers, including Feature Sneaker Boutique.