Nike Celebrates Paul George's Move to OKC With New Colorways for the PG1 iD

The Swoosh commemorates George’s move in style.

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Paul George was officially announced as a member of the Oklahoma City Thunder yesterday, and Nike is already allowing fans to customize George’s PG1 signature shoe. By heading to NIKEiD, you can now customize the PG1 with OKC colors, add patterns that refer to George’s fishing passion, switch the sole, and place your own name on the sneakers.

George told fans at his welcoming event inside the Jones Assembly that ”there is a new fashion king in town,” and that “he plans to have some cool colorway creations for the fans this year.” Visit NIKEiD now to create your own version of the PG1.

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