The NBA star is set to debut his first signature shoe this week on an international stage, as Indiana plays Denver in London on Thursday (Jan. 12). And, will officially become Nike Basketball's fourth active signature athlete, and the 21st basketball player to receive a signature shoe from Nike overall.
The PG1 blends George's smooth personality with performance attributes, specifically tailored to PG13's two-way game. The low cut show is lightweight and is the result of a collaboration between George and designer Tony Hardman. It features a distinctive forefoot strap, which is anchored by Flywire cable loops to provide a dynamic, contained feel, while a forefoot Zoom Air unit delivers low-profile, responsive cushioning.
While a release date has not been announced, the Nike PG1 will set for $110 USD.