The Nike Zoom GT Cut 2 “Pearl Pink” Gets A Rush Of Summer Colors

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With the elimination of production and shipping delays following the onset of COVID-19, the successor to the famed Nike Zoom GT Cut has enjoyed a much longer life cycle than its predecessor, indulging in an increased slate of disparate inline color blockings. As spring approaches and warmer weather starts to prevail, Nike Basketball is preparing for a hoops-filled summer with a refreshing “Pink Lemonade” aesthetic touching down across the Nike Zoom GT Cut 2.

Before embarking upon its mainstay embellishments, a centralized wash of white cascades over the tongue construction AND heel counter while a complimentary grey fills the sock liner and presiding heel clip for a monochromatic introduction. Accented by dipping its laces in a soft pink association, the paint-brushed base layer explores a much more vibrant tincture across its upper. Elsewhere, a myriad of gradients takes over underfoot, embarking upon a golden yellow to hot pink finish throughout the sole unit whereas luminous, reflective Swooshes bring a shimmering close to the summer-ready silhouette.

Enjoy a first look at the upcoming Nike Zoom GT Cut 2 below and expect a release on April 1st, 2023 for $170.

For more basketball toolings, PUMA is releasing LaMelo Ball’s player-exclusive MB.01 “Digital Camo” for the first time underneath the brand’s “Rare Reserve Line”.


UPDATE (04/08/2023):
The shoes are available now on Nike.com.
UPDATE (04/06/2023):
A release date is expected on April 8th, 2023.

Nike Zoom GT Cut 2

SKU: DJ6015-602
RELEASE DATE: Apr 8, 2023

US 04/08/2023 Saturday

Retailer Time Shipping Release type Status Reminder
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