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The Nike PG 4 Gets Covered In Digi-Camo

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Although Paul George is unable to entertain from the basketball floor right now, he’s still making sure to stay engaged with his fans by making sure they are laced up with his signature kicks. The PG 4, after mostly relying on cleaner color-blockings to style up its more recent makeovers, is reverting back to a more pattern-happy attitude for its latest offering. Upper exteriors arrive clad in full digital camouflage graphics that weave between hues of light orange and beige against its black backdrop. Swooshes have been coated with a gridlock-type pattern as seen for the first time on the hoops-ready silhouette. Purple accents are infused into the forefoot panel speckling as well as the midsole mold to add a hint of ACG vibes, which makes sense considering the model was recently inspired by the Swoosh’s outdoor-inspired category for its latest “PCG” option. Scroll down to find a first look here below, and find these dropping likely on Nike.com and at select retailers soon for $110 USD.

In other Nike Basketball news, the Adapt BB 2.0 just emerged in a “Planet of Hoops” colorway.

Nike PG 4 “Digi-Camo”
Release Date: June 12th, 2020
Color: Light Cream/Total Orange/Terra Blush
Style Code: CD5079-200

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