February 20, 2013 BY John Kim / 9
Reebok’s dominant signature athletes were big-men at first, with the Shaq Diesel and Reign Man Shawn Kemp representing the brand with every earth-shattering slam dunk or post move. Allen Iverson sorta spelled their style of play, with his perimeter flair and unmatched speed bringing in that level of sportiness to the Reebok Signature line. After rocking the Questions for a bit, Reebok presented Iverson with the Answer DMX – the first signature shoe that featured the ‘Answer’ moniker. DMX technology is a celebrated highlight of the magnificent 90’s era of sneakers, but will it hold up against all the new innovations of the 21st Century? Find out this Fall 2013 season when the Reebok Answer DMX makes its return on the OG Black/Red colorway.
True. New tech won't compare but the feel of the DMX shoes with moving air from heel to toe and back is unmatched still. These are great shoes if the quality is on point almost 20 yrs later
They look very good. When is the last time yall seen leather like THAT!?! Jesus it justs looks so buttery!
@jshortt Yes this is an OG Colorway. It came out during the release of the original...look it up
@Bape_kid If it did, it sure wasn't in the US. We got 3 colors here. Black/White/Gold, White/Red/Gold, and Navy Patent/White/Gold.