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The winner: Adidas
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“Think about the heritage of Nike Basketball in general and all the signature athletes we've had along the way and how exciting a lot of those products have been and how they're so culturally relevant,” says Tony Hardman, designer of both the PG1 and PG2. “To be a part of that legacy is heavy; you just try to put your stamp on it along the way.”
Here are five rules George and Hardman stick to so they can continue to impress Nike Roshe Run Dames their take on signature culture.