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Are You A Fan Of This New Reebok Question Mid “White Noise” Sneaker, Or Is It Too Loud For You?

Submitted by on April 24, 2014 – 4:47 pmOne Comment

At this point in his life, Allen Iverson is used to dealing with negativity. Lots and lots of negativity. During his college career and his NBA career, he faced a ton of criticism and adversity. And he always dealt with it the same exact way—he put his head down, played hard, and filtered out whatever everyone else was saying. The “white noise” got really, really loud at certain times. But AI became a pro at blocking it out and keeping himself focused on playing basketball.

You’ll get to hear all about the adversity and criticism that he faced throughout his career in the new documentary, Iverson. And you’ll also get to experience it through the new Reebok Question Mid that Reebok is releasing later this month to coincide with the premiere of the documentary at the Tribeca Film Festival. The sneaker is called the Reebok Question Mid “White Noise” and it features a mostly-white upper with a midsole that’s covered with crazy colors. The colors are really loud—pink, orange, and teal—and represent all of the “white noise” that AI has had to deal with throughout the last two decades. Symbolically, it’s a really strong shoe. But it’s also very bright, which might deter some people from picking it up.

What do you think about the Reebok Question Mid “White Noise” sneakers? Are you a fan of what Reebok has done with them? Or do you think that there’s a little bit too much “white noise” on the sneakers? Either way, these are scheduled to be released in very limited quantities on April 27. Let us know if you’re going to pick up a pair when they are released or if you’re going to hold off on them and pick up a different pair of Questions instead.

You can check out a photo of Iverson himself wearing the sneakers below. Paired with an outfit that features darker colors, these could potentially be a hit this summer.

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