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Nike 2010 Doernbecher Freestyle VII – Unveiled

Nike 2010 Doernbecher Freestyle VII - Unveiled

7 years ago the first ever Nike Doernbecher Freestyle collection took place, this past Saturday in Portland, the Nike 2010 Doernbecher freestyle 7th collection was shown. Marykate Huges, Shelby Lee, Claire Logue, Cole Johanson, Tony Signorelli, and Cooper Ladd were the 6 kids that had the privilege to totally design their own pair of Nikes/Jordan. The profits from the Doernbecher Freestyle program helps raise money for the Doernbecher Children’s Hospital Foundation, so be sure to show support and cop a pair.  The collection was expected to drop next month, but has been pushed back to a December 11th release, the Nike 2010 Doernbecher freestyle collection will hit select Nike retailers. Check after the jump for more shots of the 6 pairs that make up this collection aswell as the 6 kids who designed them.

~ Soleless

Nike 2010 Doernbecher Freestyle VII - Unveiled
Marykate’s Air Zenyth. $95
Nike 2010 Doernbecher Freestyle VII - Unveiled
Marykate Hughes, and designer Fanny Ho.
Nike 2010 Doernbecher Freestyle VII - Unveiled
Shelby’s Free Run+. $90
Nike 2010 Doernbecher Freestyle VII - Unveiled
Shelby Lee
Nike 2010 Doernbecher Freestyle VII - Unveiled
Claire Zoom Vomero. $130
Nike 2010 Doernbecher Freestyle VII - Unveiled
Claire Logue (left) and Nike designer Laura Myre
Nike 2010 Doernbecher Freestyle VII - Unveiled
Cole’s Air Jordan III. $160
Nike 2010 Doernbecher Freestyle VII - Unveiled
Cole Johanson, with his Nike design team, Jake Van Damm (left) and Jason Mayden
Nike 2010 Doernbecher Freestyle VII - Unveiled
Tony’s Air Force 1. $88
Nike 2010 Doernbecher Freestyle VII - Unveiled
Tony Signorelli with his design team, Emily Schaefer, and legendary Nike footwear designer, Tinker Hatfield
Nike 2010 Doernbecher Freestyle VII - Unveiled
Cooper’s Zoom P-Rod 2.5 $75
Nike 2010 Doernbecher Freestyle VII - Unveiled
Cooper Ladd
Brian Betschart
Brian Betschart
Founder and Editor of SF, Brian is considered an expert when it comes to sneakers. Collecting since he was in elementary school, his collection has grown to over 500 pairs and counting. Brian has published articles since 2004, and in 2006, he decided to create Sneaker Files.

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