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Reebok Question Mid “Green Fifteen”

The Reebok Question Mid “Green Fifteen” is back to celebrate March Madness, which was the shoe Michigan State player Mateen Cleaves wore while leading them to a 89-76 victory over Florida to win the 2000 NCAA title.

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This “Green Fifteen” edition of the Reebok Question Mid is back to honor the 15th Anniversary of that Spartans win. The shoe sports a full White-based leather upper with a suede toe, Green accents and a Blue translucent outsole.

Look for the Reebok Question Mid “Green Fifteen” to release on Friday, April 3rd, 2015 at select Reebok Classic retailers, including Reebok.com. The release will be available in both men’s and women’s sizing.

Reebok Question Mid Green Fifteen

Reebok Question Mid Green Fifteen

Reebok Question Mid Green Fifteen

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