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When you can shop the adidas D.O.N. Issue #1 Joker sneakers


adidas D.O.N. Issue Joker sneakers

This latest style by adidas will have you laughing all the way to the sneaker store.

Having previously released a red and blue Spider-Man-inspired sneaker, Donovan Mitchell and adidas have now changed sides from Marvel to DC. Early photos of the latest D.O.N. Issue #1 style will be instantly recognisable to those familiar with Batman and his most famous nemesis, the Joker.

Release date: 1 February

Price: US$100

Where to buy: adidas, StockX

Arriving in a black netted upper, the design draws inspiration from Gotham's resident clown with pops of green and "Glory Purple". A white midsole fades to black, while grey panelling around the laces adds further contrast to the style.

Mitchell's spider logo remains on the tongue tag, though this time it gets a neon green update.

If you're looking to grab yourself a pair, the news that the kicks will be landing on the adidas site from 1 February is sure to put a smile on your face. We may also see them appear in usual adidas stockists such as JD Sports, so be sure to keep an eye out.

adidas D.O.N. Issue #1 Joker sneakers

In other news, the adidas brand has teamed up with HUMAN MADE for a Valentine's Day inspired Stan Smith model, while Nike has revealed the Kobe 5 Pronto sneaker. The design will arrive on the Nike site from 7 February and will pay tribute to Kobe Bryant's final championship.

For more adidas news, release dates and current promotional codes, you can check out our adidas hub. For sneaker news from more brands, you can also check out our sneakers homepage.

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