August 20, 2012 BY Brendan Dunne / 6
If the rollout of this extended group of Reebok Classics bringbacks has taught us anything it’s patience. Ever since we saw the first catalog shots the sneaker loving public couldn’t wait to jump back into those days when the Vector Brand shared a slightly bigger slice of the basketball and tech-runner pie. The wait isn’t over quite yet but we do have some more shots to feed your hungry appetite, offered up by Reebok at the current Project trade show out in Las Vegas. Hit the jump for the full view which includes upcoming releases for the Reebok Question, Reebok Answer IV, Reebok DMX Run, Reebok Insta Pump Fury, Reebok Kamikaze II, and the Reebok ES22 and let us know which pair among them you’re anticipating the most.
@Jumpfan23 I wouldn't say all that. The Answer IV, that was just released, doesn't have the same DMX cushioning system as the original. So my guess is the rest of the shoes incorporating DMX will have the same as the new IVs. So Jordan Brand isn't only one cutting corners with retros.
@Kip2MyLou Of course they cutting corners everyone these days cutting corners but for the most part its a great move for reebok.
@Kip2MyLou @Jumpfan23 That is disappointing as one of my favorite Iversons the cushioning is a part of what sold me on the shoe years ago.
@Jumpfan23 @Kip2MyLou I totally agree. As a die-hard Iverson/Sixer fan, I owned many of his signature shoes, and they were comfortable as hell. It's a great move for Reebok, I just wish they could have kept the DMX system. I mean they are charging $10-$20 more for these than the originals; at least give us the original DMX. I have heard the leather is very nice on the new IV, though.