Reebok continues to find ways to bring the Allen Iverson Question Mid back in new and exciting ways. This time around, they’re tapping into the 1980s and reviving one of the best dunkers in NBA history – Dr J. Allen Iverson wore the number 6 for the 2002 NBA All-Star Game to honor Julius Erving, who played for the Philadelphia 76ers. Reebok will release a special edition “Dr J” colorway of the Question Mid to commemorate its 20th anniversary.
This Reebok Question Mid DR J features a white leather base with red and gold accents to match the jersey Iverson wore during the ALL Star game. The number 3 on the heels has been swapped with DJ’s number 6, and the insoles contain an image of Allen Iverson reminiscent of the controversial SLAM Magazine cover from 1999. With this latest release, Reebok is sure to please both loyal fans of AI and those who just appreciate a good throwback.
If you’re interested in picking up a pair, refer to the details below.
Where To Buy The Reebok Question Mid DR J
- Release Date: 2022-07-22
- Style Code:GX0230
- Color: Footwear White / Footwear White / Vector Red
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Here are some images of the shoes courtesy of Kicksonfire
Reebok Question Mid Review Information
Weight: 1.1 pound
Midsole Technology: Reebok Hexalite (Responsive EVA midsole)
Sizing: Apparently it fits true to size
Suggested Retail Price: $140
Ratings Of Key Components
|Rating||71% or C-||73% or C-||81% or B-||73% or C-|
|Rating||83% or B-||55% or D||60% or D||85% or B|
The ratings are based on data collected from 9 distinct individuals. Based on the ratings above, we can find the cumulative rating for the attributes:
Overall Rating for components= 73% which is a C-
Positional Performance Ratings
|Rating||66% or D||70% or C-||71% or C-|
The overall positional rating is =69% which is between a C and a D
The way I will calculate the final score of this shoe is by taking the average of both cumulative ratings:
The Question Mid has an overall score/rating = 71% or a C-