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Nike Kyrie 2 Doernbecher Official Images

Doernbecher Nike Kyrie 2

The Nike Kyrie 2 Doernbecher is added to the 2016 Doernbecher Collection and was designed by Andy Grass. At the age of 11, he is recovering from a collapsed lung.

Andy used inspiration for his Nike Kyrie 2 to those that helped him get better and his love of basketball and baseball.

Looking closer at this Nike Kyrie 2, within the Swoosh is a tribute to his Aunt Peggy with the word ‘Joy’. Joy was battling breast cancer while andy was recovering.

“She and I would encourage each other a lot,” he explains. “Before she passed away, she reminded me to find joy in every day.”

You will also notice shades of Blue which is a tribute to his basketball and baseball teams. On the tongue is a personalized logo that features a Lion ready to play. In addition, there is a basketball on the side infused with baseball bats and a lion head. Other highlights are the words ‘Love’, ‘Mom’ and ‘Strong’ seen on the uppers, speckled detailing and Metallic Gold accents.

Nike Kyrie 2 Doernbecher

The Doernbecher Nike Kyrie 2 is set to release at select Nike Basetball retailers on December 17th, 2016. Retail price will be $120. Scroll below to check out a detailed look and make sure to visit the comments and let us know your thoughts.

Nike Kyrie 2 Doernbecher
December 17, 2016
$120

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Doernbecher Nike Kyrie 2

Doernbecher Nike Kyrie 2

Doernbecher Nike Kyrie 2

Doernbecher Nike Kyrie 2

Doernbecher Nike Kyrie 2

Doernbecher Nike Kyrie 2

Doernbecher Nike Kyrie 2

Doernbecher Nike Kyrie 2

Doernbecher Nike Kyrie 2

Doernbecher Nike Kyrie 2

Nike Kyrie 2 Doernbecher Andy Grass

Nike Kyrie 2 Doernbecher Andy Grass

Nike Kyrie 2 Doernbecher Andy Grass

Nike Kyrie 2 Doernbecher Andy Grass

Nike Kyrie 2 Doernbecher Andy Grass

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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