November 4, 2011 BY John Kim / 21
Nike is well aware of its immense growth as the leading athletic outfitter of the world. With that said, Nike also recognizes the responsibilities that come with such great power, and it uses its resources to promote charitable functions around the globe. One of the more well known movements in the sneaker world is the partnership between Nike and Doernbecher Children’s Hospital; now in its eighth installment, the Nike x Doernbecher Freestyle showcases a select capsule of Nike footwear designed by exceptional patients, with tomorrow marking the official release date of the entire set. The Air Jordan IV (Isaiah Scott), Air Max 95 (Daniel Blair), Free Run+ 2 (Mackenzie Short), SB Vulc Rod (Anthony Roletto), Dunk High Skinny (Warang McManus), and Shox NZ (Dacia Kasenga) are the featured footwear models of the Nike x Doernbecher Freestyle VIII, so continue reading for detailed images as well as inspirational videos behind these young designers and be sure to get your pairs tomorrow when they hit NikeTown and NikeStore online.
This shoe is just wrong. A superman logo, blue, green, neon green, and yellow... The kid is obviously color blind. Why has no one helped him???
Man, been trying to add these to my cart at nike.com, but shit just keeps giving me the waiting signal. some bullshit
did anyone else notice that the black and white picture of the kid with the 4's it looks like some of the parts of the shoe are in 3m...look at the toe cap area and the heel and even the kids logo by the ankle collar..kinda makes me like them more
Those new 95 picture make the sneaker look dull i hope when they release they look shiny and the shoelace less yellow like the first picture
Dam son u snapping on people because of there decision but ur right if u gotta see a famous person wit them to get them means ur a hype boy or ur trynna be like fab