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You love sneakers with original styling and pillowy comfort, but you also love when those kicks rock their performance details, too. Paul George’s kicks deliver on all of the above.
The latest Nike PG 4 basketball shoe release switches it up a bit but continues to deliver as you’ve come to expect. The newest rendition of the PG 4 drops on June 25 in a sophisticated colorway of black, white and Wolf Grey with touches of Blue Fury in men’s sizes.
PG13 — as George dubbed himself after retiring his original number – employed consistency, athleticism and superior play on both ends of the court to help establish himself as one of the best two-way players in the game. He’s also recognized as one of the best perimeter defenders in the NBA. His basketball shoes are a reflection of his impressive status.
The PG 4 upper combines a neoprene/nylon bootie with a low-cut collar overlaid with an asymmetrical, zippered shroud. The mesh encases a lacing system and an underlay to wick away heat buildup and provide support.
With a super clean look and a disruptive design, the zip-up shoes not only lock feet in but are also a snap to get on and off, thanks to the white and black-striped heel loop. Wear them zipped for a full-on secure fit or unzipped for breathability and style.
The lateral side of the basketball shoe shoe features a tightly woven knit shell dominated by a large white Swoosh outlined in Blue Fury. The white EVA midsole has speckles of black, while the lateral side shows off a clear white stripe.
Loose-weave black nylon textile mesh dresses the shoe’s medial side, contrasting with the white and Blue Fury-striped bootie underneath. A small Blue Fury Swoosh appears on the back panel, and PG 4 branding hits stand out on the tongue, dubrae and footbed.
Performance remains a priority for PG13 and his Nike collaborator Tony Hardman. The PG 4 line comes equipped with a unique new cushioning system. Out went the Zoom Air and in came Air Strobel, which gives these kicks their soft and resilient landing. Multiple connected Air units run the full length of the midsole, enhancing the cushioning technology. A Nike Phylon foam midsole has a cored-out section at the heel, allowing the airbag to reliably compress and expand for a more responsive cushion and court feel.
Extra comfort frequently robs a shoe of its stability. That’s not the case with the PG 4. The wide and stable midsole combines with a midfoot TPU plate to help protect feet and bolster support. The circular traction pattern on the forefoot of the outsole gives it extra multidirectional grip and control.
Find the Nike PG 4 in the white, black and Wolf Grey colorway in men’s sizes online and in-stores at Hibbett | City Gear.