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Nike Collaborates with PlayStation Releasing PS5 Themed Shoes

Nike Collaborates With Playstation And Releases Ps5 Themed Shoes

Some time ago, Nike and PlayStation returned to collaborating and succeeded in making PS5 themed sneakers. With this collaboration.

Some time ago, Nike and PlayStation returned to collaborating and succeeded in making PS5 themed sneakers. With this collaboration, they have high hopes for the products to be released.

The PS5 themed sneakers are reportedly going to be released in May 2021 to the public. However, I don’t know the exact date for the release of these sneakers. Even so, the company has confirmed that this product will be released this month, so don’t worry.

In addition, the PS5 themed sneakers have two designs that have been officially announced earlier. Both designs feature striking shades of blue and white, just like a typical PS5 console. To be more precise, these two sneakers’ designs will have the main colors white and blue, with the opposite accents. Not only that, these two designs will later feature the PS5 logo and Paul George, a basketball player on the tongue, insole, and back tab, along with other additions.

Ps5 Nike Sneakers
PS5 Nike Sneakers | WAF

These Nike PG5 PlayStation 5 sneakers will be sold for $ 110 MSRP. Surely it will run out quickly, just like the previous collaboration. So, for those of you who are very interested in these sneakers, better watch it when this item is released. Because I really believed that these shoes would sell out very quickly at the time of their release. So, for you to get this product, you have to pay attention to it.

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For those who don’t know, Paul George is someone who has been in the NBA for a decade and has been a petty striker for the Los Angeles Clippers since 2019. He was able to join this collaboration because Paul really likes games, especially when playing them on the PlayStation. He immediately posted this fact itself via the PlayStation Web Blog.

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