Reebok Question Mid Iverson x Harden “OG Meets OG” Release and Resale (Complete Guide)
Reebok Question Mid Iverson x Harden “OG Meets OG” Background, Release Details and, Resale
Reebok in an unexpected partner-up with Adidas are set to release an exciting new Reebok Question Mid Featuring both duo’s star athletes! The Reebok Question Mid Iverson x Harden OG meets OG price is $150 and releases on August the 7th. Keep reading for more details!
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The Reebok Question Mid Iverson x Harden OG Meets OG is a pretty sick colorway with good expected resale.
Before we estimate just how profitable it might be, I suggest checking out our August 2020 best sneakers article. It might help you cop a profitable sneaker or two!
Now without further-adieu, let’s get started!
Reebok Question| History
Reebok probably isn’t up there anymore with Nike, Adidas or even Under Armour. However, they’ve had their years of domination and are still one of the most popular shoes today under the big 3.
Joseph William Foster in 1980 Bolton recognized huge market potential in sneakers. He had the idea of adding spikes to the out-sole for far superior traction so that athletes could perform better.
Later in 1958, the company which he named JW Foster and Sons Incorporate, changed to ‘Reebok’. His grandson thought the old name was out dated and got the inspiration from an antelope.
The reason was obvious, antelopes roam the African Savannah for hours without getting tired and are extraordinarily fast. Thus the name felt like a great fit for the company.
After entering the US market in 1978, it wasn’t until 1982 that Reebok saw dominating success. Their introduction of the Reebok Freestyle was a game changing addition. Made for a new women’s dance known as ‘aerobics’, the Freestyle really put Reebok on the map.
One of their most popular sneakers today is the Reebok Question. Released in 1996, the Reebok Question was Allen Iverson’s first signature sneaker.
Reebok| Iverson & Harden
Allen Iverson caught the eye of Reebok after a few stellar performances including being Rookie of the year in his draft class. It wasn’t any ordinary class however, it included the likes of Kobe Bryant and other NBA rising stars. Making it one of the most difficult ROTY awards ever won.
James Harden on the other hand, had a slightly different route. Initially having worked with Nike, it seemed Harden would only be limited to PE releases as Nike didn’t believe in him as much as in Kyrie and Kobe among their other star athletes.
After averaging 27 PPG, Harden caught the German Company’s attention very quickly and was offered his own signature shoe. Their first sneaker released in 2015, known as the Triple White Adidas Crazy Light.
His sneakers includes boost technology, a modern touch, while the toe box is made of leather to keep it classy and timeless.
To estimate the resale value of the Reebok Question Mid Iverson x Harden OG Meets OG. Let’s head over to StockX to see some similar sneakers.
Reebok Question Mid Burn Rubber “Apollos Young”
Retail Price: $165
Peak Resell: $290
Release Date: 09/01/2012
This sneaker comes in primarily a black leather upper with red sued on the heal and toe box. Teal Lining along the collar and tongue and teal speckles on the mid-sole embellish the design.
On StockX, they’re fairly profitable with an average selling price of $230. That’s a gross profit of $65 and even after tax and other fees, you’ll be left with good lunch money.
Had you sold these at peak resale prices, profits would have been as high as $125. Although they look similar to the Reebok Question Mid Iverson x Harden OG Meets OG, they’re pretty old. Let’s check out something more recent.
Reebok Question Mid Mita X Bape 1st Camo
Retail Price: $210
Peak Resell: $409
Release Date: 12/23/2016
Colorway: Camo/White-Cool Grey-Black
This sneaker was released as part of a collaboration with Bape that was quite anticipated. The whopping price tag of $210 is justified by only its resale which selling comfortably for $100 price premiums.
It comes dressed in a tan camo upper with white hits throughout. A white lacing system, Reebok Logo and mid-sole provide contrast while a matching out-sole finishes off the design.
On StockX, they’ve been selling for an average price of $261. That’s not a lot of profit considering the high retail price however they have been sold for as high as $400.
Reebok Question Mid Georgetown (2020)
Retail Price: $150
Peak Resell: $300
Release Date: 02/28/2020
Colorway: Carbon/Faux-Indigo White
Reebok pays homage to Allen Iverson with this sneaker which comes in Georgetown’s traditional Navy and grey colors. It comes in a navy leather upper with a grey sued toe box. A white mid-sole and grey out-sole finishes off the design.
On StockX, they’ve been re-selling for around $170 which isn’t too high but it has been rising. AT peak Resale prices, gross profit is around $150.
Reebok Question Mid Iverson x Harden “OG Meets OG”
Retail Price: $150
Estimated Resell: $220-$250
Release Date: 08/07/2020
Colorway: Black/White Scarlet
Out of all the unexpected collaborations, this sure is a pleasant one. Adidas after all, owns Reebok so something like this was inevitable.
This collaboration also shows the respect Iverson and Harden have for each other off the court. Both of them coming together to create this masterpiece will definitely appeal to many basketball fans.
The Reebok Question Mid Iverson x Harden OG Meets OG features a black leather upper with red highlights. A white mid-sole with a hexagonal cushioning system and a crisp white out-sole finishes off the design.
A few notable details include Harden’s Adidas logo on the heel and the ‘Beard’s’ name is also printed on the interior eyelets. Finally, a special box representing both star athletes comes with the sneakers.
Take a moment to enjoy he detailed images.
Although I don’t expect crazy resale value, these sneakers do look pretty good. I’m sure a lot of you out there would agree with me on that.
Couple their looks by the fact that it’s a double signature athlete sneaker. I expect these will sell out fast and be profitable on the resale market.
To get your money back on StockX after a standard US tax rate and service fee. You’ll need to sell the Reebok Question Mid Iverson x Harden OG Meets OG for $180. Thus you’re looking at profits of at around $40-$70.
If you manage to sell on other websites without fees, profits could be even higher.
Where to Cop
You can cop the Reebok Question Mid Iverson x Harden OG Meets OG for $150 on August the 7th from the following places:
Reebok Question Mid Iverson x Harden OG Meets OG
Retail Price: $150
Estimated Resell: $200-$250
Release Date: 08/07/2020
Where to Cop: (Retail) Reebok.com
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