Nike collaborates with NASA to successfully launch the PG3

  • Hugo Tannieres
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After collaborating with Playstation for the PG2.5, Nike is partnering with the NASA for the Thunder’s ailier latest signature sneaker.

To conquer space for one, to conquer an individual or collective trophy for the other. While Paul George continues to achieve a very high level season on the Oklahoma City team, his performances are not the only thing that attracts attention. Indeed, Paul George has already caught the attention of the sneaker world last November by proposing a collaboration with Playstation, now it is next to space that the latest version of his signature sneaker turns.

It is therefore in the image of his previous collaboration that Paul George and Nike are launching a colossal space adventure with NASA by offering a high-flying pack and imagery. This PG3 features a mesh upper with grey and blue neoprene inserts, reminiscent of astronaut’s clothing elements. Several patches are affixed to the pair, there is an American flag on the top of the tongue, a NASA logo on the left back part and the Apollo XIII expedition logo on the right back part. The Paul George logo is applied to the back straps.

The midsole features a silver, black and white combination rich in detail. Indeed, it contains the notion “Don’t tell me the sky’s the limit when there are footprints on the moon” and the Zip Code “93552”, which symbolizes the postal code of Paul George’s hometown. The outsole proposes a black and blue suit and the signature of PG13.

The Nike x NASA package includes a full outfit with sweatpants, a jacket, a pair of socks, two long-sleeved T-shirts, a cap and a backpack.

This Nike PG3 NASA is scheduled for January 26th and will be available on the Nike Store for a price of 120€.

In other incoming collaborations, the Air Jordan 33 Travis Scott will release soon.

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Hugo Tannieres

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