5 Reebok Shoes That Look Like Jordans (Cheaper)

Reebok has plenty of basketball sneakers in its collection, which means there are bound to be some Reebok shoes that look like Jordans. Here are the best ones.

1. Reebok Resonator Mid

Out of all the Reebok shoes out there, the Resonator Mid is definitely the one that looks the most like the Jordan 1, sharing a similar 1980s retro kick design people love and adore.

Its old-school, basketball-inspired style separates it from other modern Reebok sneakers, boasting a look that is a mix between the Air Force 1 High and Jordan 1.

I actually own a pair of these Reeboks, and I’ve got to admit, they feel a little better than the Air Jordan 1s mainly because of the better, more cushioned insoles.

They were a little tight in the beginning but stretched out rather quickly. And once they do, the supple leather upper and fully-padded tongue feels quite good for a casual day around town.

But the best part about these Reeboks is the price.

Unlike expensive Jordan sneakers, the Reebok Resonator Mid costs less than $75. This means you can get away with getting a pair or two without worrying about your budget.

For all of you frugal sneakerheads, I think the Reebok Resonator Mid is a good shoe to add to your rotation. It’s a classic-looking Reebok shoe that looks a lot like Jordans.

2. Reebok Question Mid

Jordan 11 Concord (top) Reebok Question Mid (bottom).
Reebok Question Mid looks like Jordan 11 Cool Grey.

If you’re a true basketball fan, you’d be familiar with the “Blue Toe” Reebok Question Mid, the shoe Allen Iverson wore when he broke out his patented crossover against Michael Jordan.

It was one of the most iconic moments in the NBA’s history.

However, it could be that Reebok wanted to capitalize on the moment because the Reebok Question Mid has taken plenty of inspiration from Jordan, particularly the Air Jordan 11.

While the design of arguably the most popular colorway of the Question Mid, the white upper with blue toe itself isn’t reminiscent of the Jordan 11, other colorways do. 

First off, the white and black color scheme of Question Mid is similar to the “Concord”, a nickname adapted from the purple hue that floods portions of the outsole of the shoes.

But the Jordan details go beyond the colors.

A closer look reveals an elephant print-like texture along the overlay. Below sits a white Viz Hex cushioned midsole and blue-tinted translucent outsole, similar to the Jordan 11.

Then, there’s the Reebok Question Mid colorway that channels the classic “Cool Grey” Jordan 11 with its light gray upper, wavy mudguard overlays, and gray outsoles.

3. Reebok Pump Omni Lite

Reebok Pump Omni Lite looks like Air Jordan 4.

The shoe that reminds me the most of the Air Jordan 4 Retro is the Reebok Pump Omni Lite, mainly because of the plastic wing tabs on the sides of the shoe.

Reebok’s plastic tab on the sides houses the first and fifth pair of eyelets, resembling the alphabet “N”, which adds a nice decorative retro look to the overall design of the sneaker.

Like the Jordan 4, the upper of the Reebok Pump Omni Lite features a combination of leather and mesh, something that you’d often see in basketball-inspired sneakers.

Both sneakers also feature a thick, layered sole, with the Jordan using the visible Air unit in the heel popularized by Hatfield on the Air Max 1 and Jordan 3.

Fun fact: the Omni Lite was made for basketball. It was originally released in 1990 and was made famous during the 1991 NBA Dunk Contest on the feet of Dee Brown.

Unfortunately, the Reebok Pump Omni Lite is hard to come by these days. It’s not that cheap either, with the Dee Brown White colorway selling on StockX for more than $300.

4. Reebok Pump Omni Zone II

Reebok Pump Omni Zone 2 looks like Air Jordan 4.

Another Reebok shoe that looks like the Jordan 4 is the Pump Omni Zone II. The first iteration of the shoe was originally released in 1990 and was worn on-court by Dominique Wilkins.

Similar to the Omni Lite, the Omni Zone II is a high-top basketball sneaker with ERS cushioning. It’s one of the most popular Reeboks and has been “retroed” many times in various colorways.

Like the Jordan 4, the upper of the Reebok Pump Omni Zone II is fitted with mesh and leather, a combination you’d often see in basketball-inspired shoes.

It has a thick midsole, which is pretty dense, so it wouldn’t crumble on you. 

Overall, it’s a great alternative from Reebok to consider if you’re looking for a Jordan look-alike. It’s something unique you can wear to separate yourself from others wearing the Jordan 4.

5. Reebok Kamikaze 2

Air Jordan 12 “Varsity Red” (top) Reebok Kamikaze 2 (bottom).

Alright, I’ll be honest with you. The Reebok Kamikaze 2 doesn’t exactly look like Jordans.

However, the Air Jordan 12 “Varsity Red” and Reebok Kamikaze 2 x Montrezl Harrell were both released on the same day so I had to feature them together.

In December 2020, during the “12 Days of Greatness”, which is a basketball-inspired holiday collection, Foot Locker released 2 reimagined classics from Reebok and Jordan Brand.

The first was the Reebok Kamikaze 2, honoring NBA’s Sixth Man of the Year Montrezl Harrell. The shoe was fitted with pink, green, and purple hues, and completed with a black outsole.

Second, the retail powerhouse released the Air Jordan 12 “Varsity Red” which has a red suede upper that’s paired with a black faux lizard-print mudguard.

Are both sneakers identical? Absolutely not.

But both sneakers share a similar high-top design with suede material on the upper and heel pull tab at the back, and that is good enough to complete my “Reebok shoes like Jordans” list.

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