Allen Iverson’s career is hard to explain (so we’ll link to this post Juan wrote a few years ago) because the All-Star point guard had a very different personality; his ego and antics were known around the NBA, he was a mix between the bad boy and the overly confident ball player. However, on the court he showed off, displaying excellent ball handling ability, with crazy ways to get to the basket and a leaping ability you wouldn’t expect from someone his height. Next year his eligibility for the Hall of Fame has inspired a new colorway of the Reebok Question, his first and still most popular signature shoe. Even though his NBA career ended he still is known and celebrated for the feats he performed while active. One moment that will never be forgotten is when he made Jordan look like a amateur defender back in 1997. The latest signature for Iverson is the “First Ballot” which will be black suede upper with red leather toe and blue and red accents throughout. As seen above, the color combo is a new look for the Question and will definitely be a big hit for any A.I. fan, but will it stand alongside his classics like the OG Pearlized Blue or All-White low-cut colorways? Let’s take a look at 10 Underrated Reebok Question colorways.