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After how much hype the PG 2 Play Station colorway had back at the beginning of the year, Nike is keeping the ball rolling with this dope Play Station colorway of the PG 2.5. This new colorway contrasts the PG 2 Play Station colorway by using lighter colors. I personally enjoy colorways such as these that can bridge two totally different worlds together, on one hand you have basketball and on the other, video games. Nike really is looking out for their signature athletes by doing this, they have a say in the design process and they get to utilize passions outside of their respective sport to bring us a shoe that really pops and has hints of their personality.
Aside from the dope concept of a Play Station Paul George shoe, AGAIN, the shoe itself really is clean and dare I say cleaner than the PG 2 Play Station colorway. There are some key features of this colorway that really makes it different than the last Play Station colorway. The heel tab of the shoe has Paul George written in Play Station font vs. the serial number and PG 13 we saw on the back of the PG 2 Play Station colorway. The midsole has red and aqua green speckle print that goes with the red and aqua green swooshes placed laterally and medially respectively.
We don’t have any word on a specific release date, but expect these to drop sooner than later, as the PG13 will debut in the beginning of next year. Thanks for tuning in everyone, keep it locked in to One on One Testers and The Sneaker Bulletin for all the dope info on your favorite sneakers.