These Dunkin’ Donuts sneakers will appeal to your sweet tooth

Posted: 28 March 2018 11:36 am

Dunkin' Donuts shoes are a thing now and we're kiiind of obsessed!

If there were ever two companies you didn't think would collaborate it would have to be these two. Dunkin' Donuts and Saucony Sneakers have decided to partner up together and create their very own sneaker.

If you're a little like us and your first question is why, then we have the answer. Both companies have strong Boston roots and this shoe has been specifically designed for the Boston marathon.

The duo states that it just made sense for them to finally work together for a pair of sneakers that honour Boston's historic and iconic race, and the mutually beneficial relationship between runners, coffee and, duh, donuts.

The shoe is actually the Saucony Kinvara 9 running shoe which serves as the base for the design and then gets a little more fun. It features the pink and orange colours of the Dunkin' Donuts brand with some sprinkles just to put the icing on top.

So when and where can you get them?

The Dunkin' Donuts x Saucony Kinvara 9 sneakers are available for pre-order via the Saucony site as of Tuesday, 27 March. Orders will then ship on Tuesday, 3 April.

As of right now, the only place you can purchase these shoes is from the Saucony site. However, you can shop the other range of shoes from Saucony from Farfetch and

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