In celebrating 10 years of the highly popular collaborations that have raised more than $6 million for the Doernbecher Children’s Hospital in Portland, Oregon, Nike has put together yet another stellar collection with a whole new arsenal of designs specially crafted from an extraordinary group of kids. While there were plenty of rumors surrounding the Air Jordan Xs involvement in the previously mentioned collection, it looks like we can finally confirm that the rumors are indeed true. Designed by twelve year old Daniel Pena, is this pair of DBAJX's. Featuring a modified logo, made just for Daniel, this pair of kicks also is equipped with a clear outsole that is a design first for the Air Jordan X silhouette. If you thought that was it, there's more. Daniels love for video games is put on full display, courtesy of the shoes glossy camo print covered black upper with a tire tread-inspired tribute to his affintiy for BMX blazing a trail from the heel to sockliner. No word on when the collection is set to arrive just yet, but if this pair of kicks is any indication of what else lies ahead, then the sneaker world is truly about to recieve quite a few gifts from some extremely special kids.