The Nike PG 6 Joins In On The Valentine’s Day Festivities

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If you’ve yet to make any Valentine’s Day preparations, don’t feel too bad as even Nike was a bit slow to the draw. Since many of their offerings have yet to hit the shelves, it’s likely that they won’t be landing in time for Monday. And this will definitely be the case for the brand’s newest addition, the PG 6, which has only now revealed its holiday-inspired colorway.

From the outset, one wouldn’t be able to guess the pair had any romantic value at all, as a dark green takes up the majority of the exterior. Pink does come into play over atop, albeit in seldom, as it dresses the side Swoosh and the marbling along the midsole. Adjacent, butterfly embroidery and foliage-replete prints embellish the upper, adding a nature-inspired element that somewhat contrasts the arrow-stricken basketball, cupid motifs, and heart-shaped, “Just Do It” marked hang tag.

For a closer look at this “Valentine’s Day” PG 6, be sure to check out the official images below. As of right now, a release date has yet to be announced, but we can only hope it’ll land before the end of the month.

In other news, have you seen the AW22 Craig Green adidas?


Nike PG 6 "Valentine's Day"

SKU: DH8446-900
RELEASE DATE: Apr 22, 2022

US 04/22/2022 Friday

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