Who should buy the Reebok Answer IV Stepover

A homage to Allen Iverson's Answer IV silhouette, the Reebok Answer IV Stepover offers you:

  • A good pair of retro shoes for everyday wear
  • A striking pair of kicks for both active and casual days

Reebok Answer IV Stepover tongue

Basketball aesthetics on the streets

A pair that features basketball aesthetics with a splash of futuristic elements, the Reebok Answer IV Stepover is best paired with casual and sporty clothes. It goes well with joggers, basketball shorts, or you can go casual with a pair of jeans.

Reebok Answer IV Stepover side

Court-inspired kicks with futuristic elements

Featuring DMX foam technology, the Reebok Answer IV Stepover offers adequate comfort. With its lace-up front, it exhibits an additional zip-up closure system for a tighter and secure fit.

Reebok Answer IV Stepover zip up

A pull-tab is strategically placed at the heel.

Reebok Answer IV Stepover heel pulltab

Lastly, Allen Iverson’s mantra is debossed on the shoe’s outsole, which reads “Only the strong survive.”

Reebok Answer IV Stepover outsole

Origins of the Reebok Answer IV Stepover

During his rookie years, former NBA player, Allen Iverson signed a deal with Reebok and released his first shoe in 1996 the Reebok Question. He then released a pair consecutively until 2009’s Reebok Answer 13.

Reebok Answer IV Stepover heel

Reebok revived the Answer IV in 2017. It was what Allen Iverson wore in his iconic step-over moment in the first game of the NBA Finals 2001.  This retro is called the Reebok Answer IV Stepover. 

Reebok Answer IV Stepover side branding

Facts / Specs

Top: Mid
Inspired from: Basketball
Collection: Reebok Classics
Colorways: Black
SKUs: V55619

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Author
Danny McLoughlin
Danny McLoughlin

Danny is a sports nut with a particular interest in football and running. He loves to watch sports as much as he loves to play. Danny was lead researcher on RunRepeat and The PFA’s report into Racial Bias in Football Commentary. His football and running research has been featured in The Guardian, BBC, New York Times and Washington Post.