The Nike PG 2 that you’ll actually be able to purchase without issue is in our hands for a detailed look and first impression.
While the cushion, or lack thereof, in the Curry 4 seems to be a hot topic, many of those complaining have also lauded the lackluster cushion that was found in the PG 1. While the original model features a wobbly midsole/outsole setup that was comprised of very dense and heavy Phylon with a thin bottom-loaded Zoom Air unit, the Nike PG 2 is the exact opposite. A 10mm Zoom unit is used in the forefoot to provide you with a bit more spring to your step while the Phylon is much lighter and more stable underfoot.
These are just a couple of the changes and so far the shoe has been nice on-court. Stay tuned for the performance review on the Nike PG 2 within the next few weeks. We have a lot going on during the NBA All-Star Weekend and the days leading up to it so some performance reviews will be delayed because of the schedule.
The Nike PG 2 will release on February 24 at Eastbay.com for $110.
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