Of all of the signature basketball silhouettes under the sun, Donovan Mitchell‘s adidas D.O.N Issue #2 is arguably the most adventurous right now as it has been revealed and released with many a themed colorway. Hot off the heels of uncovering its upcoming installment inspired by the ever-delicious Haribo Gummy Bears, the court-ready model has now been fashioned in a way that squad that #45 suits up for — the Utah Jazz.
Emblematic of classical Jazz team colors, this variation is primarily hued with dark purple uppers to nod to the Salt Lake City home team’s retro threads with the mountains, and distributes golden yellow hits towards the throat branding/flecked laces, and green notes atop the liners and medial forefoot’s exposed stitching. Additionally, the word “Roll” is spelled out across the right foot’s heel, which potentially nods to the pick-and-roll, a basketball play that former Utah NBA legends Karl Malone and John Stockton mastered during their prime on the hardwood. Check out a closer look below, and find these hitting adidas.com and select retailers come November 1st for the usual $110 USD price point.
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adidas D.O.N. Issue #2 “Utah Jazz”
Release Date: Nov 1st, 2020
Color: Team Collegiate Purple/Team Collegiate Gold/Team Green
Style Code: FV8959
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