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11-year old Portland native Brody Miller was diagnosed with complex dural arteriovenous fistula, a brain malformation. His fight hasn’t stopped him from pursuing his dreams, like becoming a comic book artist. With his work on the Doernbecher Freestyle Nike Air More Uptempo, Miller is bringing a personal character to life.
The blue-based colorway is inspired by “Generator Man,” an alter ego created by Miller with the powers of mind control and the ability to shoot healing powers out of his hands. Iconic ‘AIR’ lettering on the sides has been changed to ‘BPM,’ which represents both Beats Per Minute and Brody Preston Miller. A glow-in-the-dark outsole reveals the words ‘BE STRONG.’
“With all my surgeries, I’ve had to be really strong,” Miller explains.
When I was child, I was in LOVE with these! SMH I wanted the all white & all black! I would have had a HEART ATTACK if I would have seen these in an Eastbay during Social Studies class! LoL
Nothing makes one to feel more first class than a custom greeting! Apparently the old Penny still has some… CENTS!!! GET IT!? “CENTS!?” SENSE? Yes? No? Okay, anywho *clears throat* I think it’s a nice touch and no… I still don’t own a pair 😦
The Nike Blazer has seen many innovations since its original release back in 1972 – new releases such as Supreme’s Blazer Low GT serve as reminders as to how popular and dominant the silhouette really can be. However, in terms of actual technical updates, the Blazer has never been as advanced as the new Nike Blazer Advanced. […]