As if the street cred Iverson provided wasn't enough, the Reebok Question is a very cool looking pair of kicks. The outer bottom sole was a translucent light blue rubber that was reminiscent of the Nike Air Jordan XI's. They also featured a very cool visible honeycomb pocket that was similar to Nike's visible air pockets. Although Reebok designers seemed to barrow design elements from Nike, the sneaker was different enough to distinguish itself as one of the best sneaker designs of the 90's and that's saying a lot.
No matter how cool a sneaker looks, and the Reebok Questions did look great, they still need to perform on the court. I had a pair of these when I played in high school. Although they look bulky and cumbersome, they're actually surprisingly light. This is partly due to the visible Hexalite honeycomb cushioning system Reebok utilized in this sneaker. They certainly aren't as light as a sneaker featuring the Nike Zoom Air technology, but they allow for solid responsive cushioning and stability. If you don't believe me, just ask Iverson himself. Better yet, ask Michael Jordan. He got a good look as Iverson and the Reebok Questions crossed him up back in Iverson's rookie season.