PlayStation 5-themed pairs of Paul George’s most recent signature Nike shoes sprung up on Instagram in late March, and this evening the LA Clippers wing is wearing the white pair in a game. Nike has reported that this PG 5 ‘PlayStation 5’ shoe will go on sale later this month with a retail cost of $120.
In “select” global regions you might have the option to catch a couple beginning on May 14th, while they will be released in North America on May 27th. There’s no word on how much supply there will be, in spite of the fact that they will go on sale by means of Nike.com, the SNKRS app and at certain retail locations, so keep your eyes peeled in case you’re interested, or simply check for them in the Nike Store inside NBA 2K21, where players can open them beginning tomorrow.
As indicated by Nike and Sony, designers from the two organizations teamed up near make these shoes, even before the console had been declared. Thusly, they depended on SIE Art Director Yujin Morisawa’s “artistic vision and creative ethos” for the PS5 to inspire the shoes, which include PlayStation shapes along the upper, and references to the PS5’s design on the upper and outsoles.
It’s far-fetched that these shoes will ever hit the famous status of Nike’s 2006/2009 patent leather Air Force 1 cooperation, and they lack some of the light-up flair found in the previous Paul George/PlayStation shoes. All things considered, at $120 they’re significantly less expensive at launch, and will most likely be less expensive on StockX than a real PlayStation 5 support, which is as of now selling for $710 or so.