Harlem, New York – After already adding his twist to kicks like the Ventilator and the DMX Run 10, the longstanding partnership between Harlem staple Cam’Ron and Reebok continues with the official release of the Fleebok 4s — a revamped take on Allen Iverson’s iconic Question sneakers, which turned 22 this past June.

Adorned with his signature purple camo on the toe, the grey suede shoe features a translucent purple outsole emblazoned with Byrd Gang, Killa Cam written on the insole — with lettering reminiscent of the early 2000’s airbrushed clothing craze — and his famous cell phone on the heel.

Iverson’s Question collaboration with Reebok was first released in 1996 during his rookie campaign. To date, there have been over 20 color ways released.

Retailing at $200, the sneaker is available Thursday (August 16) exclusively at Jimmy Jazz in Harlem, where Cam will be doing an in-store signing for fans. They’ll be available everywhere else on August 18.

Check out more photos below.

Cam’Ron & Reebok Unveil “Fleebok 4” Collaboration

Cam’Ron & Reebok Unveil “Fleebok 4” Collaboration

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