PlayStation is Getting Some Sweet Kicks

PlayStation is Getting Some Sweet Kicks

That's right, they light up too.

LizardRock by LizardRock on Jan 21, 2018 @ 06:41 PM (Staff Bios)
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With great shoes comes great responsibility, and Sony has taken responsibility for Paul George's revised PG2 shoe line. In a recent Thunder's game against the Cavs, the professional athlete ran out to the court wearing a special PlayStation themed pair of PG2s.

The shoes, full name being the PG2 PlayStation Colorways, are saturated in references to the gaming console, from light up logos, to galaxy themed lining, to lace holes coordinated to the button colors. These shoes scream "PlayStation," inside and out.

These shoes will be available for purchase next month at an unannounced price. They will also come with a Dynamic theme for your personal console. It remains unknown if the theme will be basketball based, or just a bunch of shoes.

As much as I would love to be walking around in these shoes, I'm willing to bet the price range will be a bit out of the layman's reach. No doubt this is something best fit for collectors and enthusiasts.

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