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Nike PG1 Review
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Performance of the Nike PG1:
The first release in Paul George's signature line gets great reviews overall. All critics praise the very low list price of only $110. Other highlights are the excellent fit and high-quality materials. Great shoe for guards with regular or narrow feet. However, big guys with wide feet and a need for a lot of impact protection will probably not be happy with the Nike PG1.
The Nike PG 1 features a consistent traction experience that holds up on a wide variety of court conditions as well as a decent cushion setup that favors quick, low to the ground players. At $110, it’s worth a shot right?
The PG1 is a wonderful shoe to play in, as long as you don’t have wide feet and you can get your foot into the shoe. For a first signature model and it’s $110 price point, I think the shoe is fantastic.
Overall, the PG1 is a great start to a new signature shoe, far better than the Kyrie 1 in my opinion. Cushioning isn’t the best or very fun but it works fine while the rest of the shoe performs very well.