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Swizz Beatz Puts A Pair Of Allen Iverson’s “White/Navy” Reebok Questions On Instagram

Submitted by on May 11, 2012 – 12:35 pm6 Comments
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A couple days ago, we let you know that the Reebok Question is back. More than a decade after Allen Iverson wore them on the basketball court for the first time, Reebok is re-releasing his first signature sneaker in a “White/Red” colorway that already has sneakerheads going nuts. The “White/Red” Questions are scheduled to drop on May 25. And while we’re not sure how much they’ll cost or how hard they’ll be to get—hopefully we’ll find out those details soon—we do know that folks will be lining up in droves to buy them.

Before those drop, though, Swizz Beatz wanted to let the world in on a little secret—those aren’t the only Questions we’ll be getting. Swizzy took to his Instagram account late this week and took a photo of a pair of the Reebok Questions in a “White/Navy” colorway. If you remember, that sneaker is the one AI was wearing back in the day when he crossed up Michael Jordan (go get your YouTube on!). And now, it’ll be available again for purchase as it appears Reebok is planning on re-releasing that one as well sometime shortly after the “White/Red” Questions drop.

Like the “White/Red” colorway, we’re not sure how much the “White/Navy” Questions will cost or where you’ll be able to get them. But, with the “White/Red” sneakers dropping in just two weeks, we wouldn’t suspect that you’ll have to wait too long to get your hands on the “White/Navy” colorway. So, stay tuned for more details as they become available.

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