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Don’t You Want To Rock These Reebok Question “Black/Gold” Sneakers On New Year’s Eve?

Submitted by on December 17, 2012 – 12:20 pmNo Comment
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Did you think Reebok was done re-releasing Allen Iverson‘s sneakers for the year? Well, think again. Even though there are less than three weeks left in 2012, Reebok is still working hard to churn out one last pair of AI’s signature sneakers before the clock strikes midnight and the big ball drops. Those sneakers are the Reebok Question “Black/Gold” and they look like they’d be the perfect sneaker to wear on New Year’s Eve.

Originally released back in 1996, the Reebok Question “Black/Gold” was created in order to give sneakerheads the option of wearing the Reebok Question off the court in more casual settings. And, that’s what Reebok is apparently trying to do again, as they recently photographed the leather sneaker next to a bottle of champagne in order to class it up a bit. And, while we probably wouldn’t wear these to a black-tie affair on December 31 (or, would we?), we can’t wait to get our hands on a pair when these drop.

If you’re interested in picking up a pair, they’ll be available on December 29 at select Reebok retailers. So, if you’ve got some extra Christmas cash lying around—or, better yet, if you just got hit with a big Christmas bonus and you don’t know what to spend it all on—check for these to hit stores right between Christmas and New Year’s. Will you be picking up a pair? Or, are you going to hang tight and wait until 2013 to see what other Reebok Question and Answer options that Reebok comes up with for the New Year?

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