The adidas D.O.N. Issue #2 Is Coming Soon

The adidas D.O.N. Issue #2 is coming soon.

Original Posting (12/04/2020): Donovan Mitchell’s first signature shoe with the Three Stripes has been nothing short of a success — releasing in a plethora of Marvel collaboration colorways — all for a budget-friendly price of $100 MSRP. The adidas D.O.N. Issue #2 looks to take what its predecessor model featured, and refine it for improved performance.

The adidas D.O.N. Issue #2 looks to arrive in special collaboration colorways, just like its predecessor model did. Spida’s upcoming signature shoe will release in a series of Crayola colorways, inspired by the colors of Crayola crayons we all know, loved, and used growing up. Four colorways in a potential pack in collaboration with Crayola have surfaced — Green, Blue, Yellow, and Orange.

The shoe looks to arrive in a more sleek design aesthetic in comparison to its predecessor. A fused mesh material makes up the upper featuring synthetic overlays and paneling. A slimmed down Bounce foam midsole is also featured, which appears to be much less bulkier in comparison to the Issue #1s. Completing the look are Three Stripes branding at the medial heel and tongue of the shoe, while Mitchell’s Spida logo is printed at the heel.

Let us know your thoughts on the adidas D.O.N. Issue #2 in the comments below, and expect a release later into 2020, as Mitchell’s first signature shoe only made its debut in July of 2019.

UPDATE (05/11/2020): The adidas D.O.N. Issue #2 has surfaced in official retail catalog photos in several new Team Bank colorways. Stay tuned as they are expected to release this Summer. Expect an official unveiling from adidas in the coming weeks.

UPDATE (12/14/2019): The adidas D.O.N. Issue #2 surfaces in the official adidas Holiday 2020 catalog. We can now confirm Bounce foam will return for the cushioning, as well as the $100 retail price.

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