First Look at the adidas Harden Vol. 4 x Reebok Iverson Question Collaboration

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Just last week, it was announced adidas and Reebok would work together and release an exclusive Instapump Fury Boost shoe, limited to just fifty pairs. While some may think that is a huge win for both brands to be collaborating two innovating technologies, if you didn’t know already, adidas owns Reebok, as they are subsidiary of the Three Brands. Thus, a collaboration isn’t as uncommon as we’d think it is.

Nonetheless, it looks like the Three Stripes and Reebok will collaborate once again and release a special edition adidas Harden Vol 4 x Reebok Iverson Question Collaboration in 2020, and will see a more public release than this upcoming Instapump Fury Boost.

Thanks to overseas Chinese blog, Hupu, we have a first look at what appears to be this new James Harden x Allen Iverson collaboration. From the photo, the shoes look to arrive with a white Lightstrike foam midsole, white upper, and red accents at the suede mudguard overlay, lace aglets, and heel clip. We don’t have a phenomenal view at the shoes, so we could likely expect to see more smaller details in closer photos.

Let us know what you think of the adidas Harden Vol. 4 x Iverson Question Collaboration in the comments below, and be sure to keep it locked here as updates arrive regarding a release date. Click here to check out Rose’s tenth signature shoe that just released, the adidas ‘Forbidden City’ Pack, ‘Lights Out’ Pack, D Rose 1.5 retro, and the Dame 6 unveiled on foot.

h/t: House of Heat.
h/t: HUPU User Giraffe23.



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