Reebok Answer DMX 10 are back
When it comes to re-releases, Nike tends to be king, but it seems as if Reebok is ready to get in on the action. The famous brand is set to release the Answer DMX 10 kicks from the vault May 23 at midnight. According to Hypebeast, the sneakers were originally created in 1997 as the signature sneaker of famed basketball star Allen Iverson following his rookie year.
Not only do the kicks represent Iverson's all-star season, it also pays homage to the nickname bestowed upon him in the same year - the Answer. With such a high-profile sneaker, it's no surprise Reebok pulled out all the stops to ensure fans rocking these shoes got the top-of-the-line technology made available back in the late '90s.
Such updates included the DMX 10 moving air technology as well as the first ever "I3" logo. KicksonCourt reports the sneakers boast a mostly black leather colorway with pops of gold on the logo and the tongue. Fans might also enjoy the retro vibes of the thicker heel and the classic Reebok sign on the side of the kicks. Those interested in picking up the Answer DMX 10s can check out Jimmy Jazz stores or JimmyJazz.com at midnight. The kicks are set to sell for $150.
Are you excited about this re-release? What other sneakers are you hoping will come out?