Oklahoma City Thunder All-Star forward Paul George took to the court last night in San Antonio in a special edition "NASA" colorway of his third signature sneaker - the Nike PG3.

Today, Nike has provided official images and the three core principles of the PG3.

(Nike PG3 NASA: Photo via Nike)

The NASA PG3, inspired by the NASA research center in George's hometown of Palmdale, California, consist of a "total orange" mesh upper, accompanied by red and blue accents as well as metallic silver detailing about the heel and midsole. The kicks also comes equipped with NASA-branded insoles and an American flag patch on the tongue of the right sneaker.

Additionally, the Apollo 16 crest can be found on the right heel as well as a removable, red flight tag that reads "Remove Before Flight." Another subtle detail is the text that can be found around the heel of each midsole: "Don't tell me the sky is the limit when there are footprints on the moon."

(Nike PG3 NASA: Photo via Nike)

The limited-edition Nike PG3 NASA colorway will be available January 26. The sneakers will launch alongside a limited-edition apparel pack, featuring NASA-inspired gear like a tracksuit, a backpack and more.

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(Nike PG3 NASA: Photo via Nike)

(Nike PG3 NASA: Photo via Nike)

(Nike PG3 NASA: Photo via Nike)

(Nike PG3 NASA: Photo via Nike)