Summary

We spent 7.6 hours reading reviews from experts and users. In summary, this is what basketball players think:

6 reasons to buy

  • For a  lot of Allen Iverson fans, his basketball shoes from Reebok are the best, and they remain so even many years since their release.
  • The Reebok Iverson Legacy looks great in the images online. According to most buyers, it looks more amazing on hand.
  • The Allen Iverson Legacy retains its court grip with minimal wiping.
  • Several users mention that the DMX Cushioning is really bouncy. These Reebok basketball shoes remind them of the Reebok Answer 1 a lot.
  • Because the Iverson Legacy is made of high quality leather, a good number of wearers notice the buttery feel of the upper material.
  • These hybrid shoes of Allen Iverson gives a secure lockdown.

2 reasons not to buy

  • Some users complain that the Reebok Iverson Legacy lacks ventilation.
  • These Allen Iverson basketball shoes are difficult and takes time to put on because of the strap at the tongue.

Bottom line

The Reebok Iverson Legacy may not have the essence and feel of the typical modern basketball shoes. Even so, numerous Allen Iverson fans love these Legacy shoes from Reebok. The classic design of these hybrid sneakers attracts buyers with the quality of the materials, the responsiveness, comfort, and court performance. There are some issues with the ventilation and the ease of wear. But if these don’t matter much, then Allen Iverson Legacy is a must cop.

Facts

Top: High
Signature: Allen Iverson
Lockdown: Lace-Up
Price: $160
Colorways: Black, Blue
Size
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Rankings

A top rated basketball shoe
A popular pick
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Designed by Xavier Jones, the Reebok Iverson Legacy is a hybrid of Allen Iverson’s previous signature shoes such as the Question, Answer 1, and Answer 3. Similar to the vintage basketball shoe models, the upper of the Iverson Legacy comes with patent leather and mixed materials. It has a high-top silhouette with an authentic and classic design. It boasts the traditional DMX cushioning for responsiveness.

Cushion. The Reebok Iverson Legacy features the classic DMX cushioning encased in a lightweight EVA midsole. The DMX technology is like an air mattress. The air moves from the forefoot to the heel and vice versa as wearers strut the court.

The Allen Iverson Legacy comes with a removable EVA insole. This allows Orthotics for those who want to customize their step-in comfort.

Traction. The outsole of these Iverson Legacy shoes is the exact replica of the Reebok Answer 1. The pattern is split into two sections of forefoot and heel. The sections have four pods each. It gives a natural feel with the heel-to-toe transition. The pods provide ease of movement as air flows from the forefoot to the heel and back. Heavier hoopers who can push the pods will definitely feel the optimum responsiveness of these Allen Iverson shoes.

Length and Width. The Reebok Iverson Legacy is designed in the standard length and width. Even so, there are not a lot of feedback regarding the sizing and fit of this shoe model. New buyers need to fit the shoe in-store before the purchase.

This hybrid model is also a unisex shoe. Women can go down one size to a size and a half to get the right fit.

Lockdown. As a classic basketball shoe, the Allen Iverson Legacy follows the standard lace-up closure. To keep the shoelaces from getting loose and distract the game, the midfoot features a strap to lock them down.

The upper of the Iverson Legacy is made of patent leather and mixed materials. The combination of materials deliver comfort, aesthetic goodness, and durability.

The high-top silhouette of the Reebok Iverson Legacy is a combination of the older Allen Iverson models which are the Answer 1, Answer 3, and Question. These Legacy shoes have the outsole of the Answer 1, the midfoot design of the Question, and the build of the Answer 3.

The Reebok Iverson Legacy is released in basic colorways:

  • Black/Red
  • Multicolor
  • White/Black/Red/Brass

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