Celebrate a Milestone Re-Release with the Reebok Question Low ‘Oatmeal’


Of all the birthdays, the 21st is a true milestone, marking an arrival to adulthood after years of learning the ropes.

Basketball fans and sneakerheads alike will be sure to celebrate the coming-of-age of the Reebok Question Low’s ‘Oatmeal’ colorway, which turns 21 this year.

While star Philadelphia 76ers guard Allen Iverson’s signature shoe released three years earlier, during his rookie season in 1996, a low-cut version did not appear until 1999.

‘Oatmeal’ was one of the very first colorways of the Question Low, featuring a translucent blue outsole, visible Hexalite cushioning units in the heel and mid-foot as well as the namesake oatmeal tones on the toe box, Reebok logos and heels.

Now, for the first time in two decades, Reebok has retroed the Question Low ‘Oatmeal,’ complete with a tumbled white leather upper and highlights of champagne gold on the lace loops.

The royal blue outsole is more opaque and a bolder color this time around. But there’s no mistaking the colorway for anything but a reissue of the clean 1999 release.

Cop your pair when the Reebok Question Low “Oatmeal” releases in Men’s sizing on May 7, 2020 at Finish Line.