Paul George’s third signature model doesn’t disappoint. Despite its rather generic look and cheap build, the Nike PG3 still manages to impress on the hardwood.The “moon crater” traction pattern works very well on all surfaces but might take a little while to break in. Nearly all Nike fans are impressed with the Nike PG3’s traction. The circular traction pattern sticks like glue and provides coverage in all angles.The Zoom Air cushioning in the forefoot is responsive and bouncy and the foam in the heel provides decent impact protection.  The foam midsole is lighter and softer than the one used in the Nike PG2.The upper feels super soft and is very supportive that  holds the foot down, and there is no sliding off the footbed.These basketball shoes are really comfortable to wear and it feels very light and is quite breathable too. The PG3 gives you everything you want in a low top for a lower-than-average price.

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Release Date: May 1st, 2019 (Japan)

Release Date: May 24th, 2019 (Global)

PRICE: $110