Reebok is all set for March! Generally, March is all about college basketball, and 68 teams from all over the country are chosen to play in March Madness! A one-and-done sudden-death tournament. While brackets are being filled out at work and talked about in groups, Reebok is giving basketball-loving sneakerheads.
Interestingly, Rebook is releasing the "Collegiate Pack" collection this March! The collection includes the Question, the Answer DMX, the Omni Zone II, and the Hurrikaze II. They are four of the most famous Reebok Basketball shoes from the 1990s. Also, Rebook is set to release a shoe before the "Collegiate Pack" which we will be discussing further on this page. However, all four "College Pack" sneakers from Reebok will come out on March 25, 2023, when the Elite Eight round of the tournament starts. Let's dive in to get the full gist of this release!
ReebokAnswer DMX "Georgetown"
With the annual NCAA Men's Basketball Tournament starting this week, Reebok releases a "Georgetown" edition of its Answer DMX basketball sneakers. Reebok is set to release this shoe to commemorate 30 years since Allen Iverson made his mark as a Georgetown Hoya.
Iverson co-designed the legendary model and wore it during his first season with the 76ers. It is known for both its style and how well it works. Furthermore, the side of the heel counter has a big I3 logo, and there are vector logos all over. The design is finished with semi-translucent treaded outsoles and white midsoles with yellow oval holes.
The Reebok Answer DMX "Georgetown" will be available for $160 on March 25 from Reebok and other retailers.
Reebok "Michigan State"
In 2000, the NCAA basketball national championship game was between the Michigan State Spartans and the Florida Gators. The Spartans beat the Gators 89-76. Tom Izzo was the coach of the Spartans. Mateen Cleaves, Charlie Bell, and Morris Peterson were all very good players on that team. To remember this moment, Reebok is bringing back the Question shoes that they wore in the March Madness championship game.
Apparently, the color scheme of these shoes, which are inspired by the 1970s, is simple and matches the school's colors. The upper parts of the shoes are angelic tumbled leather and breathable mesh. Also, the base is cleaner and more neutral, so the "Pine Green" accents can stand out. From March 25, this shoe will be available at Reebok's official site for $170 USD.
Reebok Pump Omni Zone II "Kentucky "
Reebok will release a "Kentucky" Pump Omni Zone II as part of its upcoming "Collegiate Pack" for March Madness. The Dee Brown-approved Reebok Pump Omni Zone II "Kentucky" pays homage to the Kentucky Wildcats men's basketball team, as the name suggests.
Deliberately, the shoe has mostly white leather, but there are blue accents on the mesh design and embellishments all over. A Hexalite cushioned rubber sole and a TPU cage finish off the look!
Reebok Hurrikaze II
Here comes the last shoe from the "Collegiate Pack." This shoe pays homage to Shawn "the Reign Man" Kemp's rim-shaking dunks. More so, the shoe features the Reign Man's old team in green and white, a nod to the Pacific Northwest. The shoe has a classic look thanks to the Hurrikaze pattern on the upper and the water droplet accent. Subsequently, this shoe is also set to be released on March 25.
Without a doubt, Allen Iverson is one of the greatest greats and one of the toughest NBA players ever. This is because of the reckless attack of the paint during an era when bigs played firm positions. The Rebook Question influenced a whole generation of players. Also, it served as an inspiration to those who did not fit the stereotypical shooting guard frame. His street-influenced off-court style can still be seen in players like Shai Gilgeous-Alexander who like to dress well.
The "Orange Toe" version of the Reebok Question, which came out in 1999, was one of several suede-toed versions of AI's first signature shoe. Fortunately, this upcoming 2023 version is almost as good as the original because of the bright color on the heel. Also, it has lace loops and vector branding on the upper and tongue. This shoe will be available on March 16, 2023, and will cost $170 at Foot Locker and Champion stores.
Nano X3 Shoes
The X3 enters the fray in 2023 with a redesigned FlexWeave upper and an upgraded tread pattern. Also, it has an all-new chassis system built for more versatility across numerous fitness activities. The Reebok Nano X3 has a wide range of features that meet the needs of many different athletes and lifters. This type is great for heavy lifting, training with a lot of different exercises, short runs, and training like an athlete. One of the most important changes to the Nano X3 is the brand-new Lift and Run Chassis System. Its midsole technology lets the heel change how stiff it is depending on what you are doing. According to Rebook news, this shoe is set to be available on March 17.