Jordan Brand and Make-A-Wish have teamed up to help 13-year-old Jordan Carranza, who was diagnosed with Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy, fulfill his dream of designing his own Air Jordan.
The pair he picked was the Air Jordan 1 FlyEase, a model equipped with Tobie Hatfield’s ease-of-entry technology. His special edition Air Jordan 1 FlyEase PE comes dressed in a White and Blue makeup while having custom logos on the tongues, heel counter, and outsole.
“What inspired me to make this shoe is that Nike has always been my favorite brand, and I have always wanted to make a shoe. The reason I made a handicap style is that it shows me that just because you’re disabled doesn’t mean that your dream can’t come true,” Carranza said.
Jordan Carranza’s Air Jordan 1 FlyEase PE was exclusively designed for friends and family and will not be available to the public. Check out the photos below.
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