The Nike x Doernbecher Freestyle 2018 Collection includes one of the latest, upcoming Air Jordan releases 2018 that is inspired by an anime. Nike officially unveiled the Doernbecher Freestyle 2018 Collection several days ago. Like last year’s collection, the collection consists of six different sneakers, each designed by a young patient from the OHSU Doernbecher Children’s Hospital. These sneakers include Air Force 1 Low, Air Max 97, Air Max 270, SB Dunk Pro Low, and the Zoom Fly SP. Also a part of the collection is an Air Jordan 15 iteration designed by Donovon Dinneen and he drew inspiration from a character from his favorite anime, Dragon Ball Z.
While there have been quite a few Player Exclusive (PE) Air Jordan releases 2018 this year, the one featured here is quite special. In addition to currently being one of the leading footwear and sportswear company, Nike also happens to be quite charitable as well. You might be aware that Jordan Brand and Nike have been collaborating with OHSU Doernbecher Children’s Hospital since 2007 to raise funds for the young patients there. Every year, they choose six different children from the hospital to design sneakers that join the annual Nike Doernbecher Freestyle Collection. Now, Jordan Brand has provided a similar opportunity to a young Make-A-Wish patient suffering from cancer.
As they enter into the Atlantic Coast Conference, the North Carolina Tar Heels are in the first place. They are scheduled to face the Virginia Tech Hokies in a game that is scheduled to take place this Thursday night. In the coming six days, the Tar Heels will be taking part two other games. Along with being in the first place and having the ninth rank, the Tar Heels will also be heading into their first game against the Hokies with a six-game winning streak. With the Coaches vs. Cancer program already underway, the Tar Heels seem to have received an exclusive Air Jordan 31 color for it. Continue reading The Tar Heels Recently Rocked Their Air Jordan 31 “Coaches Vs. Cancer” PEs