The “Doernbecher” Air Jordan V won’t be the only new addition to the charitable collection this year. Today, photos showing a pair of interesting releases were revealed to the Internets.
One uses the Air Jordan X silhouette in a way never seen before. The majority of the shoe is black, but accents of red on the lace and collar areas blend perfectly with a faintly purple, icy midsole.
As a change of pace, the Nike Air Foamposite One will finally receive a “Doernbecher” treatment. This pair of kicks features a swirling black and red colorway that almost resembles a flame and is intended to be a LeBron James homage.
The Jordan Xs were designed by 12-year-old Daniel Pena, while 14-year-old Elijah Diggins created the Foams. Both will release in the Nike Doernbecher Freestyle 10th Anniversary Collection, which includes matching accessories.
See photos after the jump.
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