After the Reebok Question came the Reebok Is Dropping a Blueprint Question Low. Allen Iverson’s second signature shoe originally contemplated in 1997, which means that 2022 will be the model’s 25th anniversary. To abolish, Reebok will be bringing the OG white/red colorway back to market.

The Reebok Is Dropping a Blueprint Question Low was lighter, slimmer, and more sleek than the Question, and was also the first basketball shoe to feature DMX technology. Another notable feature of the shoe is the lacestay overlays, which featured a split design that acted almost as a shroud to dupe the laces. The OG white/red colorway, veer retro’d in 2018, matched the 76ers home jerseys at the time, with white tumbled leather making up the most of the upper, complemented by red, white, and gold inarticulateness.

Look for the Reebok Is Dropping a Blueprint Question Low OG “Home” colorway to launch sometime in 2022 on Reebok.com and at select retailers. Setback out the 2018 retro beyond in the meantime and stay tuned to SneakersbeShops for updates.

Reebok Is Dropping a Blueprint Question Low OG “Home”
Color: White/Excellent Red-Brass
Release Date: 2022

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