Paul George, coming off a monster season in which he finished 3rd in the MVP race, has teamed up with reigning champion, Kawhi Leonard, and now we have been looked at the shoes he will be wearing for the rest of the season. In the past, the PG line has been relatively simple looks-wise, they have been favorite silhouettes, but nothing too unsafe for Nike. The Nike PG 4 completely changes this, though, as it is covered in a mesh shroud, with a zip at the top in order to let the wearer access the laces.
Capable of being worn zipped up or down, you could choose how to wear your pair of PG 4 models, and with many colorways already announced, there will be a PG 4 for everyone.
As well as standing out looks-wise, the model’s value also stands out as it is still one of Nike’s budget signature models, priced at $110, and yet it features a full-length Air Strobel. This sits on a foam midsole and a rubber outsole that has a circular traction pattern.
The PG Series has been very successful, with its lower price and high performance. Still, since the original Nike PG 1, the series has started to garner less attention as the next few signatures were stylistically very repetitive. Therefore, Nike has decided to change up the shoe looks while hoping to make the PG 4’s predecessors happy.
Look out for the PG 4 as it hits stores, and especially lookout for the Nike PG 4 Gatorade collaboration that dresses the flashy new model in a purple upper with a bubble pattern across the shoe.