Reebok entered the US basketball shoe market around 1986. As I remember their original entries, they were three high-top models referred to by the codes "BB4600", "BB5600,"and "BB6600". To me, it seems that the BB6600 was promptly ignored by the sneaker buying public; the BB4600 was the most popular, followed by the BB5600.
The BB5600 let you know they were a Reebok shoe from both sides and the heel. Nike had a shoe called the Terminator about the same time, which featured the "Nike" name prominently in the heel view.
Another colorway known to exist was black leather with white trim. Contemporary Christian music artist Paul Smith was wearing a pair of them on the front and back covers of his 1988 project, No Frills.
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