While many of you sneakerheads are still trying to wrap your mind around officially seeing the "Doernbecher" Air Jordan X this morning, it looks like we've got a little bit more fuel to add to your shock and awe fire. Joining the previously mentioned kicks as a part of Nikes 10th anniversary Doernbecher Collection, will also be this pair of Nike Air Foamposite Ones designed by fourteen year old Elijah Diggins. Fully equipped with a vibrant red build, Elijah chose to go with the high energy color as a way of paying tribute to his favorite athlete, LeBron James. With a custom smiley face logo designed specially for Elijah laying claim to the hangtag, these kicks also feature the Chinese symbol for courage to which is prominently placed about the tongue. Further enhancing the shoes personality, is the addition of a chain-link graphic around the sockliner that serves as a nod to one of his most prized possessions, a necklace he received from his parents when he first started chemotherapy. With two pairs of kicks from the highly anticipated collection already unveiled, we can only imagine what else the folks over at Nike have in store for the sneaker world. 

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[via Nike]

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