All of the retros that released dont have the rubber part that comes up on the toe.
DMXFury - thanks. I caught Reebok fever earlier this year and I got them shipped from a Baltimore mall that said they had them on clearance for a while.
I wanted to add that there must be a problem with Reebok retroing older models as I have seen over the years.
I think they either signed a contract with each individual player that some how makes it unable to release the retro, or they simply don't have the old molds.
Reebok has been almost non existent in the retro market. There has to be a reason why they haven't re-released any signature shoes that actually gave Reebok a fighting chance with Nike in the 90s. They just keep releasing these hybrid updated models of the old classics.
To be honest, the hunt for Questions and Answers at a time when the general public isn't even checking for Reebok is kinda appealing to me.
Also, Reebok is probably reading so make the Hexalite softer on the side. Hexalite didn't do a damn thing back then and still doesnt't, but it was still cool to push it in with your finger like a Air Max sneaker at the store.