1994 Donruss was a 660-card split into two 330-card series.
1994 was a transition year for The Hobby as a whole, marking the end of the Junk Wax Era. Each card was printed on a glossy card stock with a borderless design and foil stamping on both the nameplate and brand name. Further, the number of insert sets offered increased to eight - in addition to a partial-parallel set - to seemingly answer the high demand for chase sets during this era that was still gripped by the Insert Mania craze.
Prior to distribution, Leaf announced that only 17,500 cases of each series would be produced.
The only subsets are Rated Rookies (which for the second straight year are scattered throughout the base set) and checklists.