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.
Nike’s innovative and unique Doernbecher Freestyle Program was formally launched back in 2003. Over the course of 14 years, 85 of the young patients of the OHSU Doernbecher Children’s Hospital have received the opportunity designing their very own Jordan Brand and Nike sneaker iterations. A total of $17 million have been successfully raised for the hospital through the sales of those sneakers. The release of the Doernbecher collection, which includes varying sneakers from Jordan Brand and Nike, has become an annual occurrence and tradition. In addition to this year’s brand new, annual Doernbecher releases, this year’s collection will mark the comeback of the Air Jordan 6 from 2009. Continue reading The Air Jordan 6 “Doernbecher” From 2009 Will Again Join 2018’s Doernbecher Collection
From December 17th and onwards, plenty of sneakerheads will probably be lining up to cop a pair of the Air Jordan 13 “Doernbecher” and/or the other sneakers from Nike’s 2016 Doernbecher Freestyle Collection. While these kicks are certainly dope, making sneakerheads want to lace up in them as soon as possible, but they should not forget that they were crafted as a part of the Doernbecher Freestyle Program. Ultimately, sneakerheads should be copping these sneakers for the children who designed them and all the other kids from the Doernbecher Children’s Hospital. It is because of those children that Doernbecher Children’s Hospital and Nike had teamed up in the first place. Continue reading Nike Managed To Raise $1.6 Million From The 2015 Doernbecher Freestyle Collection
It was back in 2003 when Nike had first teamed up with the OSHU Doernbecher Children’s Hospital. Ever since, the OSHU Doernbecher Children’s Hospital has managed to raise more than $14 million through their Doernbecher Freestyle program with Nike. Thirteen years have already passed since the inception of the program and it is scheduled to make a comeback before 2016 comes to an end. The 2016 Doernbecher Freestyle Collection includes the Air Huarache Run Ultra, Air Jordan 7, Air Max Zero, Kyrie 2 and the Stefan Janoski Max. Additionally though, a limited Alternate version of the Air Jordan 7 “Doernbecher” will also be among 2016’s upcoming Jordan releases. Continue reading Jordan Brand Will Also Drop An Alternate Version Of The Jordan 7 “Doernbecher”
It was back in 2007 when Nike had first joined forces with the OHSU Doernbecher Children’s Hospital, setting up the Freestyle Program. The program began providing the young patients from the hospital the opportunity to design special “Doernbecher” iterations of some of Jordan Brand’s and Nike’s most noteworthy models. Ever since 2007, the Freestyle Program has led to the release of at least one Air Jordan “Doernbecher” colorway every year and not too long ago there was even a re-release. For this year’s “Doernbecher,” it seems that the Air Jordan 7 is the model of choice and it will be among Fall 2016’s Jordan release. Continue reading The Air Jordan 7 Will Be A Part Of Fall 2016’s “Doernbecher” Collection
Back near the end of October, Nike and the Portland, Oregon-based OHSU Doernbecher Children’s Hospital unveiled 2015’s twelfth annual Doernbecher Freestyle collection. The collection marked the Jordan release a special Air Jordan 13 iteration that was created by one of the six chosen patients from the hospital. However, while the six sneakers from the collection ended up hitting the shelves, Jordan Brand and Nike collectively worked on an exclusive colorway of another Air Jordan model. The model was the Air Jordan 12 and one of the twelve pairs that were created has become available on retail. Continue reading A Special Air Jordan 12 Pair From The #DBDozen eBay Auctions Is Available