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Reebok Classic Leather Oktoberfest Pack pays brewing tribute to Germany


One of the best things about fall is the festivals of the seasons. The food is often highlighted, with cured meats, specialty breads, and BEER. BEER, BEER, BEER, BEER. And no country does beer in quite a unique and spirited way than Germany. With that known, Reebok has sought to pay tribute to Munich, Germany’s own celebrations with the Reebok Classic Leather Oktoberfest Pack, a collection of re-imagined Classic Leather models with a bit of brewing in its inspiration.

See the pack here, courtesy of our friends at Reebok Classic.

Reebok’s newest and coolest collaboration for the fall season is its Classic Leather “Oktoberfest” pack which pays tribute to the 182nd Wiesn.  This themed pack focuses on Munich’s most celebrated traditional beer festival and incorporates some significant Oktoberfest icons right in the detailing of the shoe. Pretzels, beer mugs and classic hats accessorize a trio of seasonal hues paired perfectly with the timeless Reebok silhouette.

The three pairs represent different aspects of the world-renowned drinking fest and include details signifying everything from the famous German beer, to the traditional attire, and even the iconic blue and white tablecloths where pretzels and sausages are served.  Other details include premium pig suede uppers with a perforated suede underlay, coupled with different gum and rubber outsoles.

The Classic Leather “Oktoberfest” pack will retail for $74.99 each starting tomorrow Thursday, October 1st  at retailers including Finish Line, Shiekh Shoes, Urban Outfitters, Jack Threads, Shoe Palace, Cool J’s and

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