In celebration of the 15th anniversary of the Doernbecher Freestyle assortment, Nike has been bringing again a few of its previous designs this week. The newest pair getting the retro remedy is 2013’s Air Foamposite One.
This pair was designed by Elijah Diggins, a affected person on the Doernbecher Youngsters’s Hospital who was recognized with Burkitt leukemia when he turned 13. The brilliant pink and black colour scheme that covers this Air Foamposite One represents his type of blood most cancers and his favourite basketball staff. A particular insole graphic is impressed by a silver bracelet he was gifted on his 13th birthday. Different hits embody face logos stitched on every heel, Diggins’ signature on the heel pull tabs, and a detachable hold tag lined in the identical branding.
Diggins has been in remission for 5 years. He’s at present a sophomore in school finding out science and enjoying baseball. All proceeds from the re-release of his Air Foamposite One design shall be donated to the Doernbecher Youngsters’s Hospital in Portland. It would drop by way of Nike SNKRS on Thursday, Feb. 21 at 10 a.m. for $230.
Nike Air Foamposite One “Doernbecher”
Launch Date: 02/21/19
Shade: Problem Pink/Black
Type #: 641745-600