November 29, 2012 BY John Kim / 2
Adding to the already huge pile of special of special Nike Air Force 1 Low releases this year is a Doernbecher pair, created as a part of that beloved set of Charitable Swoosh offerings dropping every year. The sneakers are the work of one Chad Berg, who pays tribute to the Oregon Ducks with all the green touchs. Stay with us after the jump to get a better look at the Nike Air Force 1 Low ‘Doernbecher’.
Nike Air Force 1 Low Supreme I/O DB
Black/Metallic Silver-Poison Green
via Nike INC
Last January, Chad Berg (15) took a spill in his kayak and spent 90 minutes in the icy water. By the time he was rescued, he was in full cardiac arrest with no pulse and an internal temperature of 73 degrees. Essentially, he was lifeless. After nearly three hours of CPR, the medical team transferred Chad to Doernbecher and put him on a machine that could do the work for his heart and lungs while he recovered. Incredibly, he was back in action within two weeks with no neurological damage at all. Chad’s Air Force 1 design features green accents to pay tribute to his favorite collegiate team (the UO Ducks), carbon fiber panels, a glow-in-the-dark outsole, and his favorite saying on the sockliner: “The people who turn out the best are those people who make the best out of the way things turn out.”