Leaked Nike Documents Offer Better Look at the PG 2

In today’s Internet age, leaks will only become more and more prevalent. The latest sneaker unveiled through leaks appears to be the Nike PG 2.

Someone leaked Nike’s SP18 retail tool kit and in it lies the Nike PG 2. The shoe’s tech specs have been broken down, but unfortunately, none of the information is in English.

The Nike PG 2 will still feature a Zoom unit up front, but there is no word yet on whether Cushlon will be used (like in the Kyrie 4). For now, these leaks give us a rough idea of the what Paul George’s second signature model will look like.

Are you excited for what Nike has coming to follow the well-received PG 1? Let us know in the comments below.

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    1. I’m with you. I like being able to control how tight my shoe fits with laces. The only true one piece upper I have is the KD9, and I have never gotten used to the feeling that they aren’t quite tight enough for me, and the laces don’t do anything. Not a fan. Hope they don’t start doing it on every shoe, because it’s gotten more and more common.

    2. I dont mind one-piece uppers as long as it somewhat a tongue and a collar ala Lebron 12, Lilard 2, Crazylight 16, Harden 1 and PG1. The latter 3 are borderline but they still look good with pants. I just hate the sock-like collar as of late like the Curry, KD 9/10, Lebron 14/15, Dame 4. I understand these are performance shoes and meant to be wore with shorts and joggers but just give me a traditional tongue and collar and it will still be good for performance..

  1. it’s a one piece bootie
    also it’s possible that there is full length cushlon because the brochure makes a note of there being a soft foam midsole….also it says that there is a 6mm insole to improve comfort, probably a thick ortholite
    really looking forward to this, the pg1 is my number one shoe to play in besides the hyperdunk 2017

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