One can think of the Air Zoom Pulse as almost a traditional clog made athletic — all the arch and posture support of that industry favorite is augmented in the Pulse, with a smooth capacity for natural motion.
And, of course, the shoe is also fabricated for the unforeseen peculiarities of life in the hospital. The coated toe box protects against any type of spill. Smooth surfaces present a unique challenge when designing for spills as well, and the shoe's traction pattern solves for this by removing closed cells.
Now in its 16th year, the Doernbecher Freestyle Program benefits innovative health care advances at OHSU Doernbecher Children's Hospital. This year's six patient designers have added an Air Zoom Pulse to their individual collections. Those six versions of the shoe will release December 7 on nike.com and at Nike Portland. All profits will be donated to OHSU Doernbecher Children's Hospital.