At last, somebodies love has come along… okay well “maybe” in the form of Reebok that is.
As we approach Valentine’s Day— first time, midway or even seasoned couples in the game are always thinking of new gifts to show appreciation for their “bae.” Affectionate gestures can range from jewelry, new ties, collector’s items, day spa trips or weekend getaways; these can definitely put a smile on one’s face courtesy of “I love you” or “I’m in deep like.”
For men, our thinking caps are crucial to our lady love of choice. So, why not treat your special gal to something outside of the traditional “his and her” matching shoes?
We all know that for every girl who loves a pair of heels, a stylish pair of kicks is somewhere nearby. Let her stand out on all on her own this year in the festive Reebok Question Mid.
This Valentine’s themed shoe is nothing short of colorful and lighthearted . It also follows new kick trends just in time for the NBA All-Star Weekend 2015.
Now back in 2014, Reebok introduced its first ever Valentine’s Day Question shoe as a limited edition for women. The white midsole shoe was accented with red, pink, and gray colors; it was topped off with a translucent outsole.
As for this year’s edition, the Question Mid still keeps a rose-red upper with metallic silver accents and silver printed hearts at the heel. Instead of the translucent outsole, the Quest Mid will be dipped a glitter finishing off the holiday based shoe.
The shoe is not only for women but also available in extended grade-school sizing, 3.5 – 8.
The Quest Mid is also a signature trademark with Reebok due to its partnership with Allen Iverson. His name originated the Quest Mid #1 Draft Pick. The shoe was in honor of Iverson’s career as the number one overall draft pick back in 1996 for the Philadelphia Sixers.
If you’re a Reebok fan and favor their classically toned designs then this shoe is a good fit for the ladies. The Question Mids are set to hit select Reebok Classic retail stores starting on Feb. 9.
Ladies, would you rock these holiday themed shoes? Let us know!