The Air Jordan 1 High "What The" Celebrates 14 Patient-Designers Of Nike's Doernbecher Freestyle Program

The Air Jordan 1 High “What The” Celebrates 14 Patient-Designers Of Nike’s Doernbecher Freestyle Program

Honor the 17th year with only 17 pairs of the programme.

Nike has now re-started last year with the creation of a “What The” program for his annual Doernbecher Freestyle Programme.

The Doernbecher ‘What The’ edition has 14 patient designers based on the Air Jordan I Retro High OG’s traditional program. Former patient designers have produced a truly superior concept with common features from previous work on the Jordan Brand charity initiative. A pair of Air Jordan 1 Retro High OG “What is it?” Practically freestyle marks its 17th anniversary on 25 February with an eBay auction custom 16-pair laser box. All proceeds from the auctions will benefit patients and staff at the OHSU Doernbecher Children’s Hospital.

“It’s been an annual moment when children, the sneakers’ community, and Doernbecher circles on their calendars—as did us all in the company,” said Eric Sandy, Color Design Director for Jordan Brand”. They were not able to have the patients designers this year, but that doesn’t stop us from celebrating. “We took the chance to celebrate previous patient designers and their inspiring stories and culminate in a ‘What The’ design.”

Efforts to secure the Nike and Doernbecher Freestyle children’s lives have steadily increased since early 2003 in Oregon, south West Washington, and elsewhere at the OHSU Doernbecher Children’s Hospital.

See the above High OG of Air Jordan 1 for official information and find out more about the features of the 14 patient designers.

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