The sneaker features a luxe croc-embossed upper and an A-1 Ice bottom. Although geared toward women, the shoe was available in up to size 14 so men could also get in on the fun. In addition to Reebok.com, retailers Villa, DTLR and Jimmy Jazz carried the shoes on their sites. There are a handful of random sizes left on these sites if you came late to the game.
Taylor tweeted today that if customers didn’t get a chance to get a pair, she will be releasing more of the kicks at Jimmy Jazz in Harlem at 3 p.m. ET today.
The style takes its color from the original Allen Iverson Question sneaker’s toe cap — plus red is also Taylor’s favorite color. Taylor said she was inspired by the way men often line up for sneakers, but so often women are left out of the release hype. Instead, she wanted a shoe that would appeal to both genders — clearly, it was a success.