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Vine Embroidery Adds Elegance To The Nike PG 6

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Due to injury to himself and his teammates, Paul George’s name has been out of the Playoffs spotlight since the bubble. Looking ahead to the 2022-2023 season, PG will be at 100%, as will his wingman Kawhi Leonard, and the two will create a formidable core for a surprise contender in the 2023 playoffs.

By then, Paul George will likely be lacing up his next signature shoe – the Nike PG 7. But until then, Nike has continued to deliver new colorways of the Nike PG 6 with curious integrations of patterns and colors. This latest iteration seems to hint at elegance via the vine embroidery at the heel, although the rest of the shoe seems on pair with previous drops. The entire upper sees a light soft grey with a bright red Swoosh logo, while hits of mint green and lilac color in the insoles, tongue pull-tab. and the marbling on the outsole.

Nike.com will stock this PG 6 soon; see the official images ahead.

Where to Buy

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Nike PG 6
Release Date: 2022
Color: N/A
Mens: $110 Style Code: DC1974-500

North America2022