Reebok is gearing up for the upcoming re-release of their iconic 1990s sneaker, the Question Mid, made famous by rookie Allen Iverson in 1996.

The brand will re-release the sneaker for a “one time drop” of its original white/red colorway, and then, it’ll go back into the Reebok vault. While the nubuck toe version has been re-released in the past, this is the first time Reebok has re-released the Question with the pearlized toe since its original launch.

Originally released in 1996, the Question would become one of the best-selling Reebok sneakers ever created and a staple of nearly every “Top Sneaker” list. It featured a full-grain leather upper and a pearlized outsole; and the unique honey-comb shaped Hexalite cushioning system alongside the shoe, marking the first time Reebok’s technology would be blown out to the midsole.

Considered the most popular model in Iverson” signature Reebok line, the Question is a classic “must have” for sneaker collectors and basketball fans alike.

The Reebok Question Mid is slated to drop May 25th at, Jimmy Jazz, Villa, Shoe Palace, and Shiekh’s retailers. They will retail for $125.