There isn’t a single name in the world of sneakers that garners as much respect and excitement as Tinker Hatfield’s. Father of The Air Max 1, Nike MAG and Air Huarache are available. Jordans numbered 3-15 (to name just a few) Hatfield didn’t just create some of the most iconic sneakers of all time, he has single-handedly shaped modern sneaker culture and What sneakerhead’s — no matter what brand loyalty they have — look for in a great pair of kicks. Now you can get a pair Jordan 14 Oregon Ducks signed sneakers and an extremely exclusive pair Jordan 1 An online raffle that raises money for charity allows you to increase your collection. Harrington Family Foundation’s (HFF) scholarship-mentorship program.
The Oregon Community Leadership Scholarship Program will receive proceeds from the fundraising. It currently provides $20,000 in scholarships to 16 students who are financially needy. This program aims to develop the next generation Oregonian leaders. It provides high school seniors with financial aid to allow them to attend Oregon’s trade schools, colleges, and universities. They also receive mentorship to guide them on their career path. The program has produced 20 alumni.
The Jordan Retro PEs — that stands for Player Exclusive — were both designed by Hatfield (who serves as the Harrington Family Foundation founding program mentor) and will be released in their original Nike packaging with artwork by Hatfield himself and a retail value of $4,500. The signed ‘Oregon Ducks’ Jordan 14s were originally gifted to the University of Oregon football team for the 2022 Alamo Bowl and were limited to just 274 pairs, while the Jordan 1s were designed for the HFF in an exclusive run of just five pairs. Both pairs drop in a Men’s size 10.
That makes these two sneakers some of the rarest Hatfield has ever produced and they could be yours for as low as $25… assuming you’re very very lucky. Limit of 5,000 tickets are available for $25 each from now to March 19th. The raffle closes at 11 :50 PST. The winning ticket will be drawn on live television on March 20th at 11:15 PST via KGW’s “Hello Rose City!”
“Tinker Hatfield has been part of our family from the beginning,” says HFF President and founder Joey Harrington, “A native Oregonian who has achieved worldwide success at an Oregon-based company, Tinker has designed thousands of shoes for Nike, but none may have a more direct impact than the five pair he produced for us.”
Harrington, a former NFL quarterback and University of Oregon player, established the HFF in 2002.and longtime Friend of Uproxx), and has raised more than $2 million for students all across Oregon.
Purchase your raffle tickets at Harrington Family Foundation website Follow these steps. HFF on Instagram for more in-depth raffle ticket details. Good luck to all you sneakerheads.