Nike Drops a "Superstition" Colorway of the PG1

Featuring geometric overlays and the #13.

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Nike continues to combine gum soles with various PG1 models with the release of a new “Superstition” colorway. This time around, Nike treats Paul George’s signature shoe with a variety of materials. The brand’s signature Flywire material is used for the midfoot strap which is complemented with a pattern formed with various geometric shapes towards the heel all layered underneath the black Swoosh logo along the side. The entire look is finished off with the aforementioned gum outsole.

You can grab your own pair of Nike PG1’s in “Superstition” now through Nike’s web store for $110 USD. For more on the PG1, take a look at the shoe in “University Red.”

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