The Black/White Nike PG3 Has Been Delayed

If you were waiting for this colorway, you have to wait one more week to grab a pair. 


WearTesters previously reported that a simplistic Black/White colorway of the Nike PG3 was set to release on February 1st. However due to reasons unknown, the release date has been pushed back one week.

Now, the Black/White Nike PG3 is going to release on February 8. The price will still be at $110 and they will be available at retailers such as Eastbay, Finish Line and Foot Locker on release day.

With regards to tech, it appears to have remained the same as previous iterations in the line: there is a forefoot Zoom Air unit along with simple materials on the upper to justify the price. Check out Nightwing2303’s Nike PG3 first impressions video above for more information.

Do you like the Nike PG3, specifically in this colorway? Tell us what you think in the comment section below.

NIKE PG 3 BLACK : WHITE : LASER FUCHSIA 1

NIKE PG 3 BLACK : WHITE : LASER FUCHSIA 2

NIKE PG 3 BLACK : WHITE : LASER FUCHSIA 3

NIKE PG 3 BLACK : WHITE : LASER FUCHSIA 4

NIKE PG 3 BLACK : WHITE : LASER FUCHSIA 5

NIKE PG 3 BLACK : WHITE : LASER FUCHSIA 6

 

Source: US11

4 Comments

  1. The NASA ones were a limited pair and a collaboration. Maybe that’s why they were a bit extra. I want a pair but i’m waiting for them to drop in stores. For what ever reason I haven’t been able to get any shoe in stores. Tried to get the curry 6, had to order them, the why not 0.2 had to order them, looked to see if the pg 3 would release in store and they didn’t. And the pg line tends to run narrow for me so I want to try them on, but hopefully I can soon if any of these manage to drop here. I assumed houston was a big market but I guess i’m wrong

    1. go a half size up just like the pg 1s, 2s and 2.5s. I got em on the early nike + member release and played in em already. theyre like the 2s but softer and zero break in time.

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