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September 5, 2022
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Denver Nuggets Colors Appear On This Reebok Question Mid

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Taking us back to the days of AI playing for the Denver Nuggets.

Reebok Question Mid Denver Nuggets

Allen Iverson spent much of his career playing for the 76ers, though in 2006, the star player was traded over to the Denver Nuggets and spent roughly two seasons with the organization. Though this was the beginning of his decline in the league, his footwear choices were as fresh as could be, constantly rocking his signature silhouettes with Reebok on the court. Calling back to those days in the Mile High City is the latest colorway of the Reebok Question Mid which appears in Denver Nuggets colors.

Crisp all-white leather dons the majority of the silhouette with baby blue hits featured on the toebox, and along the eyestays branding details. Running through these aforementioned eyestays is a set of white rope laces, working up the white sandwich mesh tongue to the baby blue vector logo. Back towards the heel, the Question logo gets covered is a golden yellow, as does the midsoles “3” logo down below. Underfoot, a Hexalite cushioned midsole comes in all white, while the rubber outsole gets a baby blue makeover, completing the design.

The Reebok Question Mid Denver Nuggets is slated to release in 2022 through Reebok and select retailers online and in-store. Coming in men’s sizing, the retail price is set at $160. For more updates on the latest from Reebok and more in the sneaker and streetwear world, keep it locked to our Twitter and the Sole Retriever mobile app.

Reebok Question Mid "Denver Nuggets"

Color: Footwear White/Fluid Blue-Toxic Yellow
Style Code: GW8854
Release Date: 2022
Price: $160

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