AN INVINCIBLE MINDDespite the brain tumor doctors discovered when he was four years old, Chase Crouch has an intellect that works with lightning speed. He thinks about his world in three dimensions, building replicas of anything that excites him with Legos, tape and ribbon. An avid golfer and skateboarder, he leads the life of a typical active kid, but his scary ordeal and months away from friends and sports gave him an enlightened perspective on life that is uncommon for the average eight-year-old. Chase's Nike AW77 Full-Zip (Doernbecher) Men's Hoodie features a hood lining showing his clean brain scan, as well as a personalized logo, "C7," that signifies the age when he created his collection.BenefitsLined, adjustable hood zips up to the chin for warmth and coverageBrushed interior for warmth and comfortRaglan sleeves for natural range of motionKangaroo pocket for storage and to keep hands warmRib cuffs and hem for a snug, comfortable fitProduct DetailsFabric: Body: 80% cotton/20% polyester. Hood lining: 100% cotton.Machine washImportedAW77 OriginsRunning in the rain gets cold—and old—fast. Back in 1977, Nike's third employee and Athletics West track club founder Geoff Hollister designed a way for his elite runners to cope: a sturdy sweatshirt with a multi-panel hood to keep out rain.About DoernbecherDoernbecher Children's Hospital has been helping heal children and families in the Oregon and Washington area since 1926. It's a national leader in research and education and offers a wide range of comprehensive pediatric care. The Doernbecher Freestyle program, a partnership between Nike and Doernbecher, allows a group of special patients who have triumphed over serious illnesses to design authentic Nike shoes. Since the partnership began in 2004, the program has raised more than $8 million. This collection is sold on a limited-edition basis in select Nike locations and on Nike.com.