HomeReebokReebok Question Low ‘Alive With Color’ Debuts January 21st

Reebok Question Low ‘Alive With Color’ Debuts January 21st

Reebok Question Low Alive With Color GX1437 Release Date

As we are still early in 2022, we already have a growing lineup from Reebok and Allen Iverson. The Reebok Question Low ‘Alive With Color’ will be one of the following drops and features 90s vibes.

With the nickname ‘Alive With Color,’ you could probably guess that this Reebok Question Low would feature splashes of vibrant shades. As you can see, the toe comes with Red, Orange, Pink, and Mint Green that has 90s vibes. Next, Pink appears on the liner and Hexalite honeycomb cushioning. Metallic Silver appears on the embroidered lateral branding, running down the eyelets and tongue logo. Completing the pair, Multicolor splashes the Question logo on the heel and rubber outsole with a paint splatter-like finish.

Reebok Question Low Alive With Color Release Details

You can expect the Reebok Question Low ‘Alive With Color’ to release at select retailers and Reebok.com on January 21st. The retail price is $120. Continue to scroll below for additional photos that will give you a closer look.

Reebok Question Low ‘Alive With Color’
Color: Black/Pursuit Pink-Pixel Mint
Release Date: January 21, 2022
Style Code: GX1437
Price: $120

Update (1/11): Reebok has confirmed that the ‘Alive With Color’ Question Low will release on January 21st for $120.

Reebok Question Low Alive With Color GX1437 Release Date

Reebok Question Low Alive With Color GX1437 Release Date

Reebok Question Low Alive With Color GX1437 Release Date

Reebok Question Low Alive With Color GX1437 Release Date

Reebok Question Low Alive With Color GX1437 Release Date

Reebok Question Low Alive With Color GX1437 Release Date

Reebok Question Low Alive With Color GX1437 Release Date

Reebok Question Low Alive With Color GX1437 Release Date Info

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