The 2017 Nike Doernbecher collection has finally been revealed

The 2017 Nike Doernbecher collection has finally been revealed

Nike unveil their full DB collection for 2017

The Nike 2017 Doernbecher Freestyle Collection has been officially unveiled today ahead of next month’s release.

This year’s collection is designed by OHSU patients Tylan Hibbard (Nike SB Stefan Janoski), Andrew Merydith (Nike Air VaporMax Flyknit), Brody Miller (Nike Air More Uptempo), Carissa Navarro (Air Jordan 12), Amyiah Robinson (Nike Air Max Thea Flyknit) and Brayden Sparkman (Nike Air Huarache Run Ultra). You can get a full look at each colorway below!

NIKE 2017 DOERNBECHER COLLECTION RELEASE DATE

The entire Nike 2017 Doernbecher Freestyle Collection will release on November 18th in adult and youth sizes alongside matching apparel. This will hit select Nike retailers and Nike.com with 100% percent of sales proceeds benefitting OHSU Doernbecher.

Nike SB Stefan Janoski Doernbecher

Designed by Tylan Hibbard, 15, Eugene, Oregon

 

Because he thinks every fisherman needs a good fishing shoe, Hibbard designed his shoe with nautical details. A school of trophy fish swims against a deep blue background.



Nike Air VaporMax Doernbecher

Designed by Andrew Merydith, 15, Springfield, Oregon

 

Merydith’s shoes coordinate perfectly with his favorite green and purple BMX jersey.



Nike Air More Uptempo Doernbecher

Designed by Brody Miller, 11, Portland, Oregon

 

Miller’s rare brain condition is a villain he battles every day. To help him in the fight, the aspiring comic book artist created Generator Man, an alter ego who shoots healing energy out of his hands.



Air Jordan 12 Doernbecher

Designed by Carissa Navarro, 9 Springfield, Oregon

Her twin sister’s name, Savannah, is on the heel tab of the left shoe (Navarro was born without kidneys and her sister kept her alive in the womb until she could begin dialysis). “She’s the best sister ever!” she says.



Nike Air Max Thea Ultra Flyknit Doernbecher

Designed by Amyiah Robinson, 11, Portland, Oregon

 

Robinson’s colorful design includes a state map of Oklahoma (where she’s from) on the insole of one shoe and a map of Oregon on the other to symbolize the importance of staying true to her roots.



Nike Air Huarache Run Ultra Doernbecher

Designed by Brayden Sparkman, 13, Salem, Oregon

 

The prominent display of orange is a nod to Sparkman’s favorite baseball and football teams

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