The Doernbecher Children’s Hospital is located in Portland, Oregon, near the birthplace of footwear and apparel giant, Nike. Nike has worked in partnership with the Hospital on collaborative efforts on limited-released sneakers. While some may see this as a cash ploy, Nike donates all of the proceeds back to the Children’s Hospital to assist with the efforts.

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2014 Nike x Doernbecher Freestyle Designers Announced

Since its beginning back in 2004, the Doernbecher Freestyle program has presented the world with some rather extraordinary Nike creations designed by some very special individuals. Keeping the tradition going, Nike and OHSU have just unveiled the designers for this year's collection. Alejandro Munoz, Missy Miller, Caden Lampert, Addie Peterson, Chase Crouch, and Tim Haarmann will be the creative minds behind what is sure to be another special collaborative effort. With the entire collection set to be unveiled on November 7th, which kicks are you hoping to see receive the Doernbecher treatment? Drop us a line below and head over to OHSU's website to learn more about each designer.

A History of Doernbecher Air Jordans

Doernbecher x Jordan Brand releases are, of course, nothing new for the "Doernbecher" line. First teaming up in 2007, Nike and the OHSU Doernbecher Children's Hospital created the Freestyle Program, where patients from the hospital receive the chance to design special editions of iconic Nike and Jordan Brand models. Since 2007, we've seen at least one "Doernbecher" Air Jordan release every year, including a recent re-release. So, we're taking a look back at all of the models year by year before the "Doernbecher" 10s release this Saturday. Drop a comment below to let us know what "Doernbecher" Air Jordans you have picked up, as well as which ones are your favorite.