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Doernbecher x Air Jordan 10 As part of the 2013 Nike Doernbecher Freestyle Collection, Daniel Pena has designed the Doernbecher x Air Jordan 10, one of the most anticipated shoe releases of all time, Sneaker Mob reports. Sneakerheads will have to wait a little bit longer as the shoes are set to drop the second week of November. The sneaker features Daniel's nike discount code own personal logo and a unique, glossy camo print as well as a tread print to pay homage to Daniel's former love of BMX riding, Sneaker News reports. The shoe also has a clear console, the first ever on an Air Jordan 10. According to Nike Inc, Daniel is a huge Michael Jordan fan with an "encyclopedic" knowledge of every move, every comeback, and every shoe Jordan has released throughout his career. Daniel said he "kind of freaked out" when he learned he'd get the opportunity to design his very own Jordan shoe for the 2013 Doernbecher collection. The collection has raised $6 million for OHSU Doernbecher Children's Hospital, OregonLive reports. The program has to be such a blessing for these young patients. They get to take their experiences and turn them into something so creative and wonderful. They have the privilege of designing a shoe for the Jordan collection, and it's for such an amazing cause. According to its website, Doernbecher Freestyle in 2004 when Michael Doherty, Nike's Creative Director of Global Brand Presentations and Doernbecher Foundation board member, was talking to his son, nike running shoes for women Connor, about ways to raise money for the Hospital. Connor said Nike should design shoes and then sell them to raise money. Then Michael got the idea of inviting one of Nike's shoe designers to tour Doernbecher hospital nike untouchable 1 with him for inspiration. In the end, credit goes to shoe designer Marcus Tayui. It is thanks to his vision that this program exists that children are designing shoes with the proceeds benefitting the hospital, and in many cases, it has ultimately led to saving their lives.