There’s never a bad time to celebrate Allen Iverson’s impact on the world of basketball. His influence runs deep—occupying the culture-bending shared by one-name legends like Jordan, Kobe, and LeBron. With the nagging sense that we weren’t quite as celebratory as he could have been during his career (it’s high time we put the “Practice?” conversation to rest), basketball fans have become eager to re-valorize him every chance we get. Given that Iverson’s impact was just as big on the culture of hoops as on the way the game is played, it’s been fitting to see Reebok roll out the proverbial red carpet for his first signature sneaker, the Reebok Question, over the last year in celebration of the shoe’s 25th anniversary. As a result, the shoe has been in the sneaker spotlight in a way it hasn’t been in years.
It’s not exactly a left-field comeback. Reebok has kept