New Air Jordan Shoes, Paul George's debut season in Oklahoma City has been a bit of a rollercoaster ride, but he has indicated that he'd like to continue playing alongside Russell Westbrook for the foreseeable future. However his impending free agency plays out, this OKC-inspired "Home" colorway of the Nike PG2 will be a piece of history as the first of many or the one and only. Constructed with reinforced mesh on the forefoot, suede overlays, a bootie sock-like collar, Zoom Air cushioning atop a marbled rubber outsole. Nike Swoosh logos appear on the toe and midsole, while Paul George's logo is placed on the tongues.
Jordan Retro Shoes, Nike's PG 2 basketball sneaker will make its official debut in a collaboration with PlayStation – a nod to Paul George's affinity for gaming. Boasting a slightly larger Zoom bag, Tony Hardman's design is sleeker than the PG 1 and is devoid of a midfoot strap, offering a slightly different fit. To sync up with the Thunder's unis, the shoe sports an obsidian and navy mesh upper, wrapped by a bright blue suede overlay. Silver fills Swoosh logo hits and George's number '13' on the heel, while orange works the tongue logo and a marbled camo pattern on the outsole.
New Jordans 2018, Adding to the Nike Basketball 2018 All-Star Collection is Paul George's second signature shoe, the Nike PG 2. Looking to Paul George's hometown of Palmdale for design direction, these colors represent the various aspects of the Inland Empire. Grey represents the desert and dust of Palmdale, while Orange is meant to highlight the sunset on the horizon. The pop of Green is a nod to the nature around this area. Lastly, the sockliner features a custom graphic of Palmdale, and a grit out and midsole highlight the city's terrain.