The "Doernbecher" Nike Air Max 95, which first released back in November of 2015, will reportedly be available again on Tuesday, February 19 for the retail price of $170.

The limited edition Air Max 95s are currently only available on the resale market, where they cost as much as $500.

Created by 14-year old Jacob Burris in 2015, the eye-catching red and blue Air Max 95s serve a nod to Jacob’s favorite superhero, Spider-Man. The kicks are highlighted by a reflective circuit board pattern that spans the entire upper.

The re-release celebrates 15 years of Nike's partnership with Doernbecher Children's Hospital, which allows the kids a chance to create their own one-of-a-kind sneakers. It is believed that other popular DB silhouettes of old will also re-release throughout the year.

Select pairs of Jacob's Spider-Man themed Air Max 95 Premium are set to drop again via Nike SNKRS draw tomorrow, February 19th at 10am ET.

(Doernbecher Air Max 95: Image Via Nike)

(Doernbecher Air Max 95: Image Via Nike)

 

(Doernbecher Air Max 95: Image Via Nike)

(Doernbecher Air Max 95: Image Via Nike)

(Doernbecher Air Max 95: Image Via Nike)

 

(Doernbecher Air Max 95: Image Via Nike)