A lightweight feel for a personal best.
For those working hard to achieve their goals, the lightweight Kinvara 11 has been whittled to be exactly what one needs to be efficient, go fast, chase PR's, and break personal barriers.
This collection of Kinvara's was designed by young patients at Boston Children's Hospital. Each young person was given free rein to design a shoe that meant a lot to them with colors and a story that are unique to each (You can read the stories below). The results are three Kinvara color ways available now. Each shoe has a story behind it and each purchase helps fund the Boston Children's Hospital Cardiac Fitness program.
4 - Blue/White
Jordynn marches to the beat of her own drum, despite facing a rare condition that threatened her ability to walk. At 15 days old, Jordynn came to Boston Children's and started down a path to recovery. Her genetic disorder has many secondary conditions, requiring care from over 10 specialists. Jordynn has had 35 surgeries (and counting), and is frequently seen at Boston Children's. Celebrating her originality and optimism, Jordynn incorporated unicorns, rainbows, and patterns into her design inspiration.
5 - Orange/Black
At nine years old, Eddie developed a small limp that progressively got worse. Local doctors told him it was a common cyst behind his knee. Soon, he couldn't move his leg. His parents brought him to Boston Children's Hospital for answers. Doctors discovered Eddie had cancer. Now, fully in remission, Eddie runs circles around his friends while dirt biking and playing basketball - passions that inspired his Kinvara 11's.
6 - Red/Teal
Max has been might since he came into the world. Before he was born, he was diagnosed with severe heart defects, s o his family brought him straight to Boston Children's. Young Max persevered through a series of lifesaving procedures - including surgery on his tiny, walnut-sized heart when he was very small. Today he's a thriving teen... inspired by his favorite characters and ice cream, his Kinvara 11 design is sure to spread as much joy as he does.