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Nike PG 5 By You

Nike PG 5 By You

The Nike PG 5 By You is a Nike By You release with lots of options. Those options include the ability to make mismatched pairs. That’s right, you can separately create the right and left shoes to make your pair as crazy as you want.

Nike PG 5

Nike PG 5

The Nike PG 5, Paul George’s fifth signature model and the follow up to last year’s solid but not well-rounded Nike PG 4, is here for a detailed look.

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Nike PG 4 All-Star ‘Gatorade’ | Detailed Look and Review

The recently launched Nike PG 4 All-Star ‘Gatorade’ gets broken down in depth in our latest video. The big news? After four years of consistency, the PG line gets an overhaul with the PG 4. Zoom Air is left behind as Nike’s original Air cushioning is brought back. However, the Air unit has been modified and turned into an Air

Nike PG 4 Performance Review

Even after heading in a new direction, the Nike PG 4 doesn’t disappoint too badly. Click through for our full Nike PG 4 Performance Review.

Nike PG4 Launch Recap

Among the skyscrapers of downtown Los Angeles, I found myself at the Trinity Auditorium. An inconspicuous building that was previously a church. This was the scene as Nike Basketball invited media to help LA Clippers all-star Paul George launch his new signature shoe, the Nike PG4. When PG13 first debuted the sneakers (playing in a game versus the Knicks on

Nike Paul George (PG) 4 Shoes

Overall, the Nike PG 4 is very solid. The PG 4 features upgrades in the cushion versus previous models, but the support and containment takes a hit because of it. 

The $110 price point makes most people feel they’re getting a great shoe full of tech. For example, the PG 4’s tech specs are much more appealing than they are in the similarly priced Nike Zoom Freak 1

PG 4 gatorade

Nike PG 4 All-Star ‘Gatorade’ | Detailed Look and Review

The recently launched Nike PG 4 All-Star ‘Gatorade’ gets broken down in depth in our latest video. The big news? After four years of consistency, the PG line gets an overhaul with the PG 4. Zoom Air is left behind as Nike’s original Air cushioning is brought back. However, the Air unit has been modified and turned into an Air

Nike PG 4 Performance Review

Even after heading in a new direction, the Nike PG 4 doesn’t disappoint too badly. Click through for our full Nike PG 4 Performance Review.

Nike Paul George (PG) 3 Shoes

The PG 3 is an excellent model that needs some time to break-in. The ride provided by the PG 3 is reminiscent of the Kobe 6. 

The Nike PG 3 won’t work for everyone, however. If you choose to go up 1/2 size for width or comfort reasons, you may end up with heel lockdown issues. But once you find the right fit for you, and the PG 3s are broken in, they offer great traction, excellent cushion, and a very solid experience overall. 

Nike PG3 Performance Review | Duke4005

Paul George is a beast – that much can NOT be debated. He may even be the MVP of the NBA. If so, will the shoes be the reason? Possibly. Welcome to the PG3 Performance Review coming in 5…4…3…2… Well, why wouldn’t little suction cups work? The PG3 traction stuck like glue on every surface and court I played on.

Nike Paul George (PG) 2.5 Shoes

The PG 2.5 includes the same exact tech specs as the PG 2, but re-incorporates the strap from the PG 1. This added feature provides enhanced lockdown and a pleasing aesthetic touch. 

Nike Paul George (PG) 2 Shoes

The PG 2 was an improvement from the PG 1. The PG 2 is a really fun shoe to play in because it enhanced nearly every feature found on the PG 1.

The biggest upgrades were made to the cushion and traction. The front foot strap was eliminated, which isn’t a drawback and might even benefit wide footers. 

The PG 2 was one of a series of Nike releases with really solid performance that hit the market for well under $150.

Nike Paul George (PG) 1 Shoes

The Nike PG 1, Paul George’s first signature shoe, is a very good model, especially if you want an “extension of your foot” fit for a reasonable price (these shoes retailed initially at $110).

The fit and containment are the critical features of the PG 1 that allow hooping without restriction. The solid rubber options are a better choice if you want to avoid any traction issues. 

Nike’s PG 1 is a perfect blend of new and old with a mix of vintage and new age materials that give you the best of both worlds. 

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