Grape parasite on the “Gatorade ” Nike PG4.

Paul George and Nike introduced his fourth signature-sneaker-the Nike PG4-officially, which will make their retail debut in a simple black and white colour walk. Other colour pathways have not yet been made known, but word on the street indicates that there is at least one Gatorade edition on the horizon.

As seen in the tweet below, the Nike PG4 “Gatorade ” appears to be inspired by the grape flavour, with an orange Gatorade logo on the palate.

According to Nike, the PG4 is equipped with a full length Nike Air unit that is sewn to the top, so that your foot directly sits on top of the damping.

Per Nike:

A semi-transparent mesh-zip pulls over the laces-a first in the Paul George line. It reminds of a classic appearance, pioneering the Air Flight ‘ 98, and takes care of a fine fit form, which allows to see the kieue-like rapid system under the light.

For the PG4, the garment offers a degree of stylistic flexibility-laces can be borne or carried externally thanks to two side holes near the shoe’s collar. Plus, the garment allows a little color dynamics, says Tony Hardman, Nike Basketball Designer.

It has yet to be seen whether there are any other Gatorade PG4 flavours in the works, but we keep you informed with any developments.