, Paul George's next signature shoe, the Nike PG 2 is officially set to make its debut. Continuing his love for gaming, Nike Basketball has designed the Nike PG 2 PlayStation to be the first colorway to release. The shoe features a host of PlayStation-specific nods, including a light-up tongue and more. "We worked directly with the PlayStation team on every aspect of this shoe. One thing that they provided, which was really cool, was the starry graphic from the dynamic theme that will be available for your PlayStation 4 with a code from the shoe. It's a beautiful graphic, so we made it the sock liner," notes Hardman.Jordan Retro Shoes
has officially unveiled the Paul George's second signature shoe, the Nike PG 2, which was designed by Tony Hardman. Its first colorway set to release is a nod to PGs love for gaming, which he considers himself one of the biggest gamers in the NBA. While the PG1 featured bootie construction and a prominent forefoot strap, the design of the PG2 favors a more traditional tongue construction. However, George still wanted a tight lockdown to be a hallmark of his line, so to solve for the switch, Hardman developed what he calls "dynamic wings" at the forefoot. While this offers the same level of lockdown as the prior system, the new aesthetic improves the overall fit.Cheap Jordans 2017
, We got a teaser look at Paul George's next signature shoe, the Nike PG 2, back in December. Today, we get a first look at an upcoming "OKC" colorway of the PG2. Constructed with reinforced mesh on the forefoot, suede overlays, a bootie sock-like collar, Zoom Air cushioning atop a marbled rubber outsole. Nike Swoosh logos appear on the toe and midsole, while Paul George's logo is placed on the tongues.