Another edition of the Kobe line that Paul George rocked was the Nike Kobe 10. This version played off the success of the Kobe 9, with high and low-top versions, the latter of which was a weapon of choice for PG after his returning from his major leg injury. The Kobe 10 featured Lunarlon cushioning for a soft feel, while adding cuts to the forefoot section to provide flexibility in that region. A textile upper helps provide breathability while being stronger than traditional mesh. The traction was also a high-point on the shoe, as the nodule pattern was designed after performance race car tires for maximum grip.
Paul George returned to the court after nine months on the shelf in May 2015, while lacing up the Nike Kobe 10. This was also the first game in which PG officially wore his new number 13. The new PG13 looked rusty but did drain his first shot attempt back.