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In 44 years of history, Nike has offered a signature shoe to less than 1% of its contracted athletes. Paul George, the rear winger of the Indiana Pacers, today joins a very closed club with his brand new PG1, which will take its first steps - what is more - on international parquets, this Thursday, January 12, in London, for the meeting between the Indiana Pacers against the Denver Nuggets.
With PG1, Paul George becomes the fourth Nike Basketball athlete to receive his signature shoe alongside LeBron James, Kyrie Irving and Kobe Bryant and the 21st basketball player to receive a signature Nike shoe.
Mixing George's sweet personality with performance attributes, the PG1 is adapted to PG13's two-way game. The PG1 is a lightweight shoe from the collaboration between George and designer Tony Hardman. The simple, highly functional silhouette features a distinct forefoot strap anchored by Flywire cable loops for a dynamic, contained feel, while the Zoom Air forefoot technology provides reflective cushioning and cushioning. low height.
The color and the different elements of the PG1 refer to the different hobbies and hobbies of Paul George. Indeed, the Most Improved Player of the season 2015 is a big fan of fishing, illustrated by this effect "lace" on the upper. And the "rainbow" colors symbolize Paul George's love for video games, since the American basketball player is also the athlete on the cover of the NBA 2K17 video game.