Make-A-Wish and Jordan Brand came together to help Jordan Carranza, a 13-year old who was diagnosed with Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy, design his very own Air Jordan.
The model he chose was the Air Jordan 1 FlyEase which features ease-of-entry- technology, designed by Tobie Hatfield. This pair features a White and Blue color combination while custom logos land on the tongue, heel, and outsole.
‘What inspired me to make this shoe is that Nike has always been my favorite brand, and I have always wanted to make a shoe. The reason I made a handicap style is that it shows me that just because you’re disabled doesn’t mean that your dream can’t come true,’ said Carranza.
Jordan Carranza’s Air Jordan 1 FlyEase PE was exclusively designed for him and friends and family. Currently, there are no plans for a public release. Continue to scroll below for more images that will give you a closer look.