Making its debut next month, Nike has officially unveiled the Nike Doernbecher Freestyle 2019 Collection.
In 2003, the Doernbecher Freestyle program was launched, and since then it has raised $24 million to advance the cause of children’s health at Doernbecher Children’s Hospital—helping to ensure that the highest standard of specialized care is available to all its patients.
This year’s Nike Doernbecher Freestyle Collection is designed by Desiree Castillo, Kahleah Corona, Ethan Ellis, Bransen Fernando, Sawyer Miller, and Zion Thompson. The silhouettes that will be a part of this year’s collection include the Nike SB Zoom Janoski RM, Nike React Element 55, Air Jordan 14, Nike Air Max Triax 96, Nike Zoom Pegasus Turbo 2, and the Nike Air Force 1.
The Nike Doernbecher Freestyle 2019 Collection will make its debut on December 7th at select retailers and Nike.com. Continued reading to get a detailed look at all the pairs and a little info about this year’s designers
Nike SB Zoom Janoski RM by Desiree Castillo
During her stay at Doernbecher, doctors connected Desiree Castillo with resources and mental health support to help her deal with the emotional aspects of her chronic illnesses. “Basically, they taught me that my life is worth fighting for,” she says.
The thoughtful, empathetic Desiree’s velvety shoe was a labor of love, and she went through over 100 colored pencils until she found the perfect palette. The midsole is circled with the names of family members, while the back features the name of her beloved therapy cat, Charlie. A blood droplet graphic on the outsole represents all the finger pokes she does to monitor her blood sugar—and on the sockliner you’ll find lyrics from her favorite band.
Nike React Element 55 by Kahleah Corona
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