Detailed Look at Paul George's Nike PG 5 "Play For The Future"

The LA Clippers talent proffers up a minty fresh colorway of his latest signature model.

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Paul George is still on his quest to procure his first championship ring, and with scrappy court mates in Kawhi Leonard, Patrick Beverley and Lou Williams alongside him, the LA Clippers are surely in contention to make the NBA Finals this year. In the process, the versatile small forward will be continuing to rock the Nike PG 5, his latest signature which has just surfaced in a “Play For The Future” colorway.

The hardwood-ready installment sees through to an extremely vivid palette here. Breathable mesh uppers have been inundated with a minty green background and arrive with tonal overlays positioned on the forefoot and the heels. The former see through to synthetic materials while the latter is texturized with scales — a possible nod to the Palmdale-native’s affinity for fishing. More striking details to bring to light include the Swooshes which are coated with a blush hue atop the heels and medial forefoot, as well as the multi-colored laces and rear pull tabs. Additionally, the mid-foot features barely-visible wave patterns which are stitched in white.

Nike‘s Air Dot Weld Strobel cushioning is housed inside an angelic midsole and stacked above pastel green treading.

For hoopers interested in picking these up, they will be dropping on February 23 via Nike SNKRS Korea for the usual $110 USD.

Elsewhere in kicks-related news, a Nike D/MS/X Waffle with sustainable regrind detailing has been unveiled.

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