PlaySation Nike PG 2.5 To Release In A White Colorway

Just yesterday Nike launched the PlayStation Nike PG 2.5 “Blue Multicolor” to the world and are already seeking to comply with up the shoe with a white model.

The supplies used on this newest colorway are fairly nicely the identical because the blue mannequin. An all-white higher with refined hints colour all through is what makes this model the sneaker standout. The white midsole is dressed up with some multicolor specks, a pink swoosh on the surface, and a inexperienced swoosh on the within. You may even see the PlayStation controller’s symbols on the strap and again sides the shoe.

PlaySation Nike PG 2.5 To Release In A White Colorway

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Paul George’s signature brand will be discovered on the tongue the fitting shoe, whereas the left shoe’s tongue has the PlayStation brand.

George defined his love gaming to Nike, saying:

Do you favor the blue model or this model new white mannequin?

Playstation x Nike PG2 Releasing Again Today

The Playstation x Nike PG2, Paul George’s signature sneaker, will be releasing again in-store draws at Nike’s Soho location in New York and at Atlanta’s Lenox-based store. The draw is scheduled to take place later today (2/21) through Nike SNKRS app and Nike.com.

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The collaboration, worked on with Playstation ficials, features several nods to the console. Wrapped around around the heel the shoe is a dynamic winged support overlay bearing a graphic print inspired by Playstation controller buttons. Logos on the tongues actually light up and the starry print associated with the sneaker will be available as a theme for the Playstation 4 using a code from the shoe.

The PG2, which retails for $110, made its retail debut earlier this month in the Playstation 2 inspired colorway, as a nod to George’s love for video games.

“I just had a knack for video games,” George explains. “As soon as I discovered PlayStation, I was throwing hints here and there to my dad — cutting out the clipping a video game, cutting out the clippings the PlayStation, leaving it on his dresser. I remember on Christmas morning, I unwrapped my gift and sure enough, it was the PS2. I’ve been a PlayStation guy ever since.”