PG 1

The PG 1 is the first signature basketball shoe from Paul George and Nike. It was unveiled in August 2016 and releases on March 3rd, 2017 for an MSRP of $110. The shoe features a low-top design with a mix of neoprene, mid-foot straps, and Zoom Air cushioning. Read the articles below for the latest release details and price information.

price / $110

release date / March 3rd, 2017

PG 1

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Paul George’s Nike Signature Shoes Release This Weekend

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Detailed Look At The Nike PG 1

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By Patrick Johnson February 17, 2017
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Paul George’s Nike PG 1 Signature Shoe To Debut With “Pre-Heat”

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By Patrick Johnson February 16, 2017
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