Nike Readies a "Fortnite" PG 2.5 Sneaker

An unofficial nickname.

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An upcoming edition of Nike‘s PG 2.5 has been executed in Racer Blue — but that’s not the name given to the shoe by Paul George fans. After the basketball star wore the sneaker to the E3 Fortnite ProAm Tournament in June, the shoe became unofficially known as the “Fortnite” PG 2.5. Despite the name, there aren’t any graphics or markings linking the trainer to the hit multiplayer game; instead, the Racer Blue silhouette sports green accents across the sockliner, continuing to the inside of the tongue. Red lace loops match the medial side Swoosh, while a white sole balances the cool-hued upper.

Check out the preview photo uploaded by George below. The sneaker drops on August 15 for $110 USD.

Elsewhere, the collaborative PlayStation PG2 was hinted at having a Fall release date.

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