Paul George & Nike Ready an Original Sony PlayStation-Inspired PG 2.5 Colorway

Complete with an OG multi-color logo.

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Following up earlier rumors, Oklahoma City Thunder small-forward Paul George and Nike are set to release another collaborative sneaker with Sony. Drawing from George’s love of video games, the upcoming sneaker draws from the original grey colorway of the PlayStation 1 console.

Set to release in GS and adult sizes to kick off the 2018-2019 NBA season, the upcoming PG 2.5 release features a “Wolf Grey” mesh and patent leather base dressed with a graphic print comprised of Sony’s signature button shapes. Additional PlayStation details come in the form of red, blue, green and yellow top eyelets and a classic multi-color PS logo at the tongue. Finishing up the design of the shoes are galaxy co-branded insoles and a matching Swoosh branded midsole with a translucent blue rubber outsole.

No pricing details just yet, but Paul George’s Nike PG 2.5 “Sony PlayStation Grey” is set to hit select retailers on December 7.

In case you missed it, Nike’s Air Force 1 Low Utility is set to release in a “Black/Gum” colorway.

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