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Nike PG-2 Sneakers Pay Homage to PlayStation, Boast Unique Colorway Selected by Paul GeorgeShow your console allegiance with this set of sneakers.

Mack Ashworth

by Mack AshworthJan 21st, 2018

 2018 A collaboration between Oklahoma City Thunders Paul George

 2018 A collaboration between Oklahoma City Thunders Paul George

A collaboration between Oklahoma City Thunder’s Paul George, and Sony PlayStation, has resulted in the creation of the Nike PG-2 PlayStation sneakers.

Available starting February 10, at $110 a pair, the PG-2 has a unique colorway and other features designed around the PlayStation brand.

The tongues of the shoe sport the PG and PlayStation logos, which illuminate and pulsate blue just like when turning on the console

The back heel of the left shoe has a unique barcode that contains a SN voucher code, which can be redeemed at PlayStation Store for a Paul George Dynamic Theme for your PS4

The colors of the sneaker pay homage to the buttons on the DualShock 4 controller

The iconic PlayStation symbols are embossed in patent leather on each shoe

The look of the PG Dynamic Theme is reflected in the sock liner on each shoe

Get a closer look at the design, as well as the shoe technologies used, in this dedicated trailer:

And here’s Paul George talking about his passion for PlayStation, and how happy he was to receive the PS2 as a child:

“I just had a knack for video games,” says George of the origin of his passion. “As soon as I discovered PlayStation, I was throwing hints here and there to my dad — cutting out the clipping of a video game, cutting out the clippings of the PlayStation, leaving it on his dresser. I remember on Christmas morning, I unwrapped my gift and sure enough, it was the PS2. I’ve been a PlayStation guy ever since.”

The PG-2 PlayStation sneakers look like a cool pair of kicks, I must say!

Source: PlayStation Blog, Nike

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