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The Nike PG 6 Channels A Classic “Infrared” Look

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Despite having missed a total of 43 games since late December 2021, Paul George returned to the NBA hardwood on Tuesday, March 29th, dropping 34 point against the Utah Jazz. As the Los Angeles Clippers forward prepares to tackle on the remainder of the season, he and his Swoosh family are releasing more styles of the Nike PG 6.

Recently, the Nike React-cushioned silhouette emerged in shades of grey, white, black and near-fluorescent red. At first glance, the basketball sneaker resembles the upcoming Air Jordan 4 “Infrared”, but closer inspection of the label on the tongue suggests “PG-13” has drawn inspiration from the original Air Max 90 for his signature sneaker’s latest makeover. The different materials across the top mostly indulge in shades of grey, and are accompanied by accenting panels in black and red colors. Underfoot, the robustly-cushioned model rounds out the heritage-inspired colorway with traction sections covered in the top-half’s colors.

Enjoy official images of the pair ahead, and anticipate a Nike.com launch soon.

Elsewhere under the NIKE, Inc. umbrella, the Air Jordan 1 Low has recently appeared in a handful of new styles.

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Nike PG 6 "Infrared"
Release Date: 2022
Color: N/A
Mens: $110 Style Code: DH8447-002