Nike Doernbecher Freestyle 2008 Collection

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Just a couple days back we gave you a look at the Mr Boober Air Jordan 1 Now we’ve got shots of each shoe for your viewing pleasure.

The Doernbecher Children’s Hospital Foundation, that allows children from the hospital to design their own kicks. These designs are then sold for charity purposes and the proceeds are given back to the hospital. This year???s contribution of $599,469 was raised from sales of the 2007 Freestyle line. Do some good, pick up a pair of these kicks, and come back here next year to see if we can get that dollar amount a little higher for these kids.

The entire collection will be available exclusively to Niketowns and on November 14th. Read about the kids behind these shoes and see the pics after the jump.

This year???s Freestyle designers include:

Brandi Berger, 15, Albany, Oregon
Health issue: Diabetes
Personal: Basketball fan, farm girl, exercise addict
Shoe facts: Air Force 1 that pays homage to some of Brandi???s top passions: hoops, health…and heifers!
Winning auction bid: $8,000

Colin Couch, 18, Oregon City, Oregon
Health issue: Heart condition
Personal: Chef, actor, artist, raconteur
Shoe facts: White Air Force 1 with lasered-on doodle patterns and the artist???s signature bow tie.
Winning auction bid: $8,000

Emily Giersch, 17, Oregon City, Oregon
Health issue: Neurosurgery
Personal: Born performer, elephant lover, dreamer
Shoe facts: Nike Free Mary Jane slip-ons inspired by the surf, sun and sand of Hawaii.
Winning auction bid: $7,000

Tony Taylor, 16, Portland, Oregon
Health issue: Kidney transplant
Personal: Super-fan, sneaker head, ???Fresh??? guy
Shoe facts: Ultra-collectible Air Jordan Retro 1 with a tropical twist, plus a nod to Tony???s alter ego: Mr. Boober!
Winning auction bid: $12,500

Staci Wright, 16, Eugene, Oregon
Health issue: Cancer
Personal: Shopaholic, globe-trotter, guardian angel
Shoe facts: Splashy Air Zoom Vomero+ 3 loaded with colorful symbols of Staci???s triumph over disease.
Winning auction bids: Two pairs sold for $20,000 each

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