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The high-top silhouette of the Reebok Q96 Cross Examine is an updated version of the Reebok Question of Allen Iverson which came out in 1996. The Q96 comes with a leather upper with a nubuck toe cap to protect the shoe against toe drags. The signature shoe boasts with DMX Foam technology for long-lasting comfort. As for court performance, the wavy herringbone traction pattern provides superb grip even on dusty floors. Adidas has proven this with their newly released 5th Damian Lillard signature shoes.
Cushion. The dual responsiveness of the Reebok Q96 Cross Examine comes from the DMX Foam cushioning in the midsole. The foam consists of two layers. The upper layer is soft, and it provides high levels of comfort. As it is closer to the ground, the lower layer is more solid and more impact absorbent.
Traction. The Reebok Q96 Cross Examine comes with either a translucent or solid rubber outsole. It has a wavy traction pattern that surprises wearers with its supreme grip on different types of court floors.
Length and Width. The Reebok Q96 Cross Examine runs half a size bigger. Reviewers advise new buyers to choose half a size smaller. As for those with wider feet, they can go true to size.
Lockdown. To easily keep the foot in place, the Reebok Q96 Cross Examine utilizes a traditional speed lacing system. The tightness of the shoelaces and the position of the tongue can be modified to obtain either a loose or snug fit, whichever is preferred.
The upper of the Reebok Q96 Cross Examine is a combination of synthetic leather and nubuck. The durable nubuck at the toe cap reportedly copies the design of the Reebok Question’s forefoot. The 3D Fuse Frame technology at the side panels provides ventilation to the foot, keeping it dry and comfortable. The inside of the shoe is padded with thick foam for a comfortable and supportive ankle hug.
The Reebok Q96 Cross Examine is a high-top basketball sneaker that is aesthetically appealing on and off the court. The plastic-covered lace loops have “Reebok” spelled on them. The Q at the heel is integrated with the Vector logo of the shoe brand. The “Reebok” callout is found on the outsole.
These updated Reebok classics look great when worn with shorts and ankle socks. For a more rebellious or outgoing look, the bright colorways of the Reebok Q96 Cross Examine can be worn with loose shoelaces and large shirt and pants. Whichever way the wearer styles the Reebok Q96 Cross Examine, it sure will turn out well.
As an updated version of the Allen Iverson’s original Reebok Question, the Q96 is released in numerous colorways. The following are some:
Purple/Yellow-Blue-Tutu. The Purple/Yellow-Blue-Tutu colorway is a purple pair with a yellow toe cap, blue midsole, and a white outsole with a pink strip.
Black/Gravel. The Black/Gravel version has a textured black upper with a yellow green midsole, and blue shoelaces and outsole.
Jade/Red-White. To celebrate the Year of the Horse, these Iverson sneakers feature jade green uppers with red accents and white outsoles and shoelaces.