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Allen Iverson’s Reebok Question Will Be Available In A Georgetown Hoyas Colorway For The First Time Ever On Friday

Submitted by on March 7, 2013 – 11:25 amOne Comment

Back in college, Allen Iverson didn’t wear Reeboks. More often than not, AI rocked a pair of Air Jordans during his time with the Gerogetown Hoyas. But, that apparently doesn’t matter to Reebok. Because, just in time for the start of March Madness, they have made plans to release not one, but two different versions of AI’s signature sneakers in a special “Georgetown Hoyas” colorway. And, if AI’s last few Reebok retro sneaker releases are any indication, you’re going to want to get in line early for these to make sure you get your hands on a pair.

The first retro sneaker that Reebok will be releasing in a Hoyas colorway is the Reebok Question. This is a big deal, because the Question has never been offered up in a Hoyas colorway until now. So, even if you’ve followed AI throughout his entire career and bought all of his kicks, you don’t have a pair of these in your closet. As you can see, they feature a grey leather upper with hits of navy and white on the midsole and tongue.

The second retro sneaker that Reebok will be releasing in a Hoyas colorway is the Reebok Answer IV. That one was released in a Hoyas colorway back in the day, so there’s a chance that you might have a pair of those laying around or tucked into a shoebox in the back of your closet. But, if not, it boasts a white upper, a navy toe box, and hits of Georgetown grey throughout the sneaker.

If you’re interested in picking up either pair, they’ll both be available for purchase on Friday for $125 through select Reebok retailers. Which one do you think looks better? We’d have to go with the Reebok Question since it’s undoubtedly our favorite AI signature sneaker. But, you really can’t go wrong with either of these Reebok sneakers. So, maybe you should treat yourself and pick up both. Who wants them?

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  • Cornelius Cherry says:

    To DR Jays:

    The Pleasantville NJ (P.A.L) AAU Boys Young Runners Basketball Program has begun its 2014/2015 AAU basketball season, and along with your support, we hope to have an exciting year for our program.

    As a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, our goal is to tighten the bond between the police officers and the youth in our community. The AAU basketball program that we provide are designed to encourage sportsmanship, life skill, and self-esteem in a structured atmosphere, along with personal guidance in a safe and friendly environment. Last year our kids played in old tee-shirts while the other teams played in new uniforms and team sneakers. It hurts my heart to see our kids play in old tee-shirts as uniforms. We had a local business donate funds to our 14&under boys team at the end of our AAU season. But that business had close down and we have more kids in our program. We need your help .Our goal is to keep the kids off the streets and give them a chance to see other towns and play against kids from all over the country. Our AAU program has strict academic requirement for all participation in our program. They must carry at least an (80 average for the full year and participate in our academic program during the summer.) We provide assistance in the major course to assist in helping kids pass their exams and avoid summer school. Also we are most proud of our kids from the comments we receive from other team and people as we travel to local AAU tournament relation to how organized and respectful our kids are as compared to other big name AAU organization. We also have three player’s who will attact much attention this coming high school/AAU basketball season.

    Our organization is asking for assistance from your organization that is willing to provide team sponsorship. sneakers sponsorship, to our AAU basketball program.

    We greatly appreciate any support given by your organization. If you need any further information or have any question concerning the Pleasantville NJ (P.A.L.) AAU Boys Young Runners Basketball Program Please feel free to contact us at 201-273-6523 or 609.428-9862 or you can contact me at [email protected].

    Thank you in advance for your generosity.


    Cornelius Cherry.
    Head Coach of the Pleasantville NJ
    Police Athletic League
    AAU Young Runners Boys Basketball Program

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