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Nike’s All Condition Gear Line Is the Inspiration Behind the Nike PG 4 PCG

    Nike PG 4 PCG

    Ever since the Nike PG 4 made its debut back in January, Nike and Paul George have released a hefty amount colorways ranging from tonal and subtle to loud and bold. A few mellow offerings that come to mind include the Triple Black and Oreo colorways, where as the handful ofGatorade iterations and the Digi-Camo pair are the ones that stick out when thinking about the louder and bolder options. Today we take a look at pairs that falls right in the middle, the Nike PG 4 PCG.

    Done in a Sail, Mineral Teal and White color scheme, this colorway is set to be the second rendition of the Nike PG 4 PCG. For those that may not know, PCG stands for Paul Condition Gear, which is a play on words for ACG, Nike’s All Condition Gear line. Being that Paul George loves the outdoors (especially fishing), Nike and Paul thought it’s be dope to drop a few colorways paying homage to the ACG line.

    This Nike PG 4 PCG starts of with a Beige transparent upper complimented by the White Swooshes on the sides and Teal contrasting accents found throughout. Paying homage to the ACG line is the “PCG” branding on the heels that uses the same ACG emblem/badge. A White midsole and Off-White rubber outsole round out the main features of the shoe.

    A great look for the Summer, the Nike PG 4 PCG drops on August 15th at select retailers and for the retail price of $115. Speaking of great Summer looks, take a look at the recently released Reigning Champ x Asics Gel-Nimbus 22.

    Nike PG 4 PCG

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