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Nike Stefan Janoski Max Doernbecher Release Date

When Chase had his 4-year-old well check in November 2010 everything was fine. But by Christmas he was teetering over and bumping into things, as if he had vertigo. In January he complained his head hurt. The pediatrician sent them to Doernbecher to “rule out anything major.” Mom intuitively packed an overnight bag, afraid of what they would learn. He thinks and moves fast…he builds things and draws maps…he is figuring life out from every angle.

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Chase’s canvas is the Stefan Janoski Max, with the color scheme and texture inspired by Dino – Chase’s constant companion during treatment. The choice of fabric was inspired by Dino’s fuzzy fur, and “C7” stands for Chase at 7, his age when he designed this collection. The hood lining the AW77 is a rendering of Chase’s last brain scan showing that his tumor is clear.

You’ll be able to buy the Nike Stefan Janoski Max Doernbecher on its release date taking place on Sunday, November 23, 2014 at retailers like Nike.com.

Nike Stefan Janoski Max Doernbecher
November 23, 2014
$115.00 – Men’s






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Mario Briguglio
Founder and Editor in Chief. My passion for sneakers started at age 6 and now I've turned my passion into a profession. Favorite Kicks - Air Jordan 3 "Black Cement"

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