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A Detailed Look at the Nike PG 2 ‘OKC’

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.

If you liked the Nike PG 1 then you’ll likely enjoy the Nike PG 2. Not everything here is the same as the PG 1, which is good for those that prefer some sort of evolution between signatures, but the attributes that were changed we feel were changed for the better — and most notable is the cushion.

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.

Share your thoughts on the Nike PG 2 below in the comment section and stay tuned for updates.

  1. I ordered a pair of pg1 on Nike id and they actually put the words HAIL SATAN in the tongues. I didn’t think would ship out, but now I own a blacked out pair of shoes with bright red hail Satan letters in the tongues. The wife is pissed, but I think it’s pretty damn Funny. I am looking forward to the 2 though.

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