The Nike Zoom Fly SP “Doernbecher” is just one of many shoes designed by patients of the OHSU Doernbecher Children’s Hospital in Portland, with all sales proceeds going back to the hospital. The translucent runner was designed by Payton Fentress who suffers from Crohn’s disease. Done in a colorful mix of white, “Green Shock,” “Blue Hero” and “Habanero Red,” the shoe expresses Payton’s deep love of baseball, more specifically the love of Chicago Cubs. Choice details include the baseball emblazoned tongues and graphic insole that display Sports Illustrated‘s cover for the Cubs 2016 World Series win.
No pricing details just yet, but expect the Nike Zoom Fly SP “Doernbecher” to release sometime in November.
In case you missed it, the Nike EXP-X14 runner recently received a vibrant neon makeover.
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