When a Nike SB Dunk Low Pro goes for $25,000, you definitely pay attention.
The Nike Doernbecher Freestyle programs brings together Nike designers and 6 kids from OHSU every year to create design that go to benefit the hospital. This pair was created by Joey Bates and feature his favorite food to eat, chicken. Diagnosed with Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy, Joey continues to be one of the strongest and passionate kids on the team. A big fan of Clay Matthews and the Green Bay Packers, Joey’s design incorporates some of all of that into the sneaker and makes for one of the most visually striking pairs in this years collection. Also, in case you didn’t know, Chicken don’t care when it comes to the dark side of sneakers. Make sure you check out the unboxing for all the details on the shoe and what you might have missed.
Grab these on December 14 for $90.