Nike and OHSU Doernbecher are proud to unveil the 2014 Doernbecher Freestyle Collection, now in its 11th year, featuring one-of-a-kind apparel, footwear and equipment designs that reflect the inspirations and aspirations of six young patient-designers. This years collection will feature an Air Jordan 8, the Nike Free 5.0, Nike Air Max Penny, the Nike SB Stefan Janoski Max, and the Nike Air Max Thea.
Building on a history of pioneering innovation and craftsmanship, the Jordan Brand today unveiled the highly anticipated Air Jordan XX9 at a media event in New York. The 29th iteration of the successful Air Jordan franchise is the world’s first basketball shoe to be tailored for flight. With the launch of this year’s signature Air Jordan release, the brand continues its commitment to bringing innovation and style to the hardwood with the best on-court footwear and apparel for the world’s greatest athletes.
Legend has it that lightning never strikes the same place twice. Fact is, neither does Kevin Durant; he strikes from everywhere on the court.
Nike has designed Durant’s seventh signature shoe to the specifications of the reigning Most Valuable Player and one of basketball’s most dynamic stars. The KD7 combines leading performance innovation with a colorful narrative pulled from Durant’s fascination with meteorology that began as a child and continues today.
When a truly remarkable breakthrough presents itself, an HTM expression starts to take form. Hinting at what is soon to come, HTM is an ongoing design collaboration among NIKE, Inc. President and CEO Mark Parker, Fragment Design Founder Hiroshi Fujiwara and Nike Innovation Leader Tinker Hatfield. The latest in the HTM series celebrates the potential of Nike Flyknit technology to transform basketball. Launching in four distinct colorways starting April 8, the KOBE 9 Elite Low HTM showcases pinnacle basketball innovation.