Not many signature debuts have been on this level like Paul George has been.  It may not have been as covered as Kobe Bryant signature sneakers or maybe even Kyrie Irving’s, but many NBA players have enjoyed the PG 1.  Not only do players from Indiana wear them, but multiple players from other teams have enjoyed George’s first model.

Earlier this month, Paul George wore a lowkey Grey/Navy colorway against the Cavaliers.  Originally debuted in March, the Glacier Grey PG 1’s are releasing veery soon.  Based with a Glacier Grey upper, this clean colorway is simple with little contrast and flavor.  Not all hoopers want to rock bright colors on court.  If your game is explosive enough already, but you like your shoes quiet, well look no more.  To finish of the sneaker, an Armory Blue covers the branding and lightly speckled throughout the synthetic upper.

The Nike PG 1 plays very well for the price at $110.00.  Encased Zoom Air in the forefoot is very responsive and highly welcomed by many.  Usually Nike Basketball includes Zoom Air in the heel which is has been an issue for the brand for quite some time.  When playing basketball, 90% of the time you are on your toes.  Not the heel.  In order to compensate the stress in the forefoot, adding a Zoom Air unit helps this.

You also get a great forefoot strap that contains your movements during strong cuts to the basketball and hard movements.  We are currently reviewing the PG 1 so stay tuned in the future for more updates.

The Nike PG 1 Glacier Grey drops Friday May 19, 2017 for $110.00 USD.

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Jefferson has been doing YouTube since early 2009. A true Laker fan and Kobe Bryant sneaker enthusiasts. He puts performance first-hand and continues to share his thoughts and reviews on the latest basketball tech.