BLUE/SILVER Men #898640-404


Pairing up for their 13th collaboration, meet the Nike OHSU Doernbecher Freestyle Collection 2016. The program invites patients from the hospital to design footwear and apparel, allowing their creative impulse to shine. This year, six children brought their own personality to life by designing some of Nike's most iconic silhouettes including the Air Jordan 7, the Air Max Zero, the Stefan Janoski Max, the Kyrie 2, and the Air Huarache Ultra. Corwin Carr is a friendly, freckled kid who’s going places — literally. This adventurous 12-year-old can’t wait to grow up and get his pilot’s license so he can explore the world. Corwin’s sky-high ambitions are clearly evident on his Stefan Janoski Max. A jumbo jet prepares for takeoff across the top, while a map of the world appears inside. As for the shoelaces, well, they just happen to be the same print as the iconic Portland airport carpet. On the pilot’s wings that surround Corwin’s logo, you’ll notice 40 feathers — those are for the 40 surgeries he’s had since he was diagnosed in utero with prune belly and VATER syndrome, a rare condition that can affect the spine, heart, digestive system, kidneys and more. It’s been a tough journey, but Corwin’s mom, Blaire, says it hasn’t shaken his unsinkable optimism. The Nike Stefan Janoski Max 'Doernbecher Collection' (Blue/Silver) is Available now!
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