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December 21, 2021
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Concepts Honors The 1996 NBA Draft Class With This Reebok Question Mid

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This Reebok Question Mid draws inspiration from Allen Iverson’s 1996 NBA Draft Class.

Concepts x Reebok Question Mid Draft Class

Made in collaboration with Boston-based retailer Concepts, the Reebok Question Mid “Draft Class” honors what many believe to be the greatest NBA Draft Class of all-time. Coming in multi-color, the upper is made up of various colorways and materials that tie back to some of the athletes and their teams from that historic draft class.

Some players of note are: Ray Allen (Milwaukee Bucks), Stephon Marbury (Minnesota Timberwolves), Kobe Bryant (Los Angeles Lakers), Shareef Abdur-Rahim (Vancouver Grizzlies), Marcus Camby (Toronto Raptors), Antoine Walker (Boston Celtics), Jermaine O’Neal (Portland Trailblazers), Steve Nash (Phoenix Suns), John Wallace (New York Knicks) and the Answer himself, Allen Iverson (Philadelphia 76ers). In addition, CNCPTS branding can be found running down the eyelets as well as on the back heel and custom printed insoles. The numbers “9” and “6” representing the year of the draft are on the back of the icy translucent insoles in place of AI’s number “3” uniform number.

The Concepts x Reebok Question Mid “Draft Class” is set to be released in 2022. It will launch at Concepts as well as select Reebok retailers both in-store and online. They will be available in men’s sizes and will retail for $170. Keep it locked to our Twitter and Mobile App to stay up to date on this release as it gets closer.

Concepts x Reebok Question Mid "Draft Class"

Color: Multi/Multi
Style Code: TBD
Release Date: 2022
Price: $170

Images via Reebok

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