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Nike Doernbecher Freestyle VII

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We’ve already had a sneak peek at the Air Jordan III, but over the weekend, the entire 2010 Doernbecher Freestyle collection was finally unveiled. The annual project matches six patients at the Doernbecher Children’s Hospital with top Nike designers to create their own unique sneakers, which are then produced and sold for retail with proceeds benefiting the hospital. This year’s line-up features the aforementioned Air Jordan III, as well as an Air Force 1 and a P-Rod 2.5 for the guys, with the girls’ designs represented by the Free Run+, Air Max Zenyth and Zoom Vomero+ 5. Keep reading for a look at this year’s batch of Doernbecher creations and stay tuned for more pics and info on the entire Doernbecher Freestyle Project v7.0 collection. Congrats to this year’s group of Doernbecher designers on a job well done! Help support the cause by grabbing yourself a pair or two when the shoes release in November.

Additional images via: Daniel Root

Air Jordan III by Cole Johanson, age 11 (pictured with Nike designers Jayson Mayden and Jake Van Damm)

Nike Air Force 1 by Tony Signorelli, age 11 (pictured with Nike designers Tinker Hatfield and Emily Schaefer)

Nike SB P-Rod 2.5 by Cooper Ladd, age 10

Nike Free Run+ by Shelby Lee, age 12

Nike Air Max Zenyth by Marykate Hughes, age 17 (pictured with Nike designer Fanny Ho)

Nike Zoom Vomero+ 5 by Claire Logue, age 16 (pictured with Nike designer Laure Myre)