Nike's PG 2.5 Makes Its Official Debut This Month

Paul George’s signature line joins Nike’s hybrid selections.

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Nike and Paul George are giving us a little appetizer before we get an official look at PG’s third sneaker. Combining his first and second signature silhouettes results in the Nike PG 2.5. You’ll find the majority of the PG2 as its base with small nods to the PG1, such as its midfoot strap.

Nike’s PG 2.5 is expected to drop on June 30 at select Nike Basketball retailers.

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Nike PG 2.5 (Black/Pure Platinum-Anthracite)

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