On the same night Nike unveiled the 2016 Doernbecher Freestyle Collection, exclusive pairs of each of the sneakers were auctioned off live in Portland, Oregon with all of the proceeds being donated to the OSHU Hospital. During previous events, sneakers sold between $ 15,000 – $ 30,000, but tonight a new record was set.

The 2016 Nike Doernbecher Freestyle Collection auction raised $ 1.2 Million to help sick kids of OHSU Doernbecher Hospital. Breakdowns for each shoe sold from the live auction totalling $ 220,000 are as follows:

  •  $ 99,000 –  Nike Kyrie 2 designed by Andy Grass (three total pairs, each bidder pays $ 33,000)
  •  $ 46,000 – Air Jordan 7 signed by Michael Jordan, designed by Damien Phillips (new single record high)
  • $ 21,000 –  Nike Air Max Zero signed by Seahawks Russell Wilson, designed by Chase Swearingen
  • $ 20,000 – Nike Air Huarache Ultra designed by Braylin Soon
  • $ 20,000 –  Nike Stefan Janoski Max designed by Corwin
  • $ 14,000 –  Nike Air Max Zero designed by Cheheyla Hyatt

The 2016 Doernbecher Freestyle Collection will be available to the public beginning December 17 on nike.com, SNKRS, at select Nike and partner retail locations across the U.S. (including Shoe Palace, Villa and Mr. Allen’s), with 100% of proceeds from the sales of the collection benefitting OHSU Doernbecher.

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Nike Doernbecher 2016 Freestyle Collection Raises .2 Million

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