The adidas München Sneaker is Beer and Vomit-Repellent (Just in Time for Oktoberfest)

adidas München
In honor of Oktoberfest in Munich, Germany, sneaker company adidas has released their newest adidas München model, a stellar pair of Bavarian-leather-pants-inspired sneakers that we just can’t get enough of and are pretty much required for your next beer festival. Seriously.

adidas München

Sporting a rich, chocolate and gold color way, speckled laces, and accented with “Prost” (German for “Cheers”) above the shoe’s signature three-stripes, these kicks match perfectly with the traditional garb of Germany’s Oktoberfest, the Dirndl and Lederhosen. To put it simply, these should be your go-to drinking cleats come beer thirty.

And if you’re not already sold, the adidas München sneakers also boast a beer and puke repellant DPBR coating. This means you wont ever have to worry about leaving your good shoes at home in order to have a good time come October because these shoes will survive any beer spill, puddle, or purge and still look good while doing it. If you’re not heading to Oktoberfest, but you’re still a brew-head, these sneakers flash a robust appearance for anything from soccer to football games and, of course, can be worn every day with a pair of jeans and a t-shirt for that classic-American-but-with-a-Euro-twist look.

adidas München

The shoes are set for a September 2nd release through 43einhalb. As of this writing, you’ve got about four hours to prep yourself for purchase. So this only gives you about two weeks to get your fix for the Oktoberfest festivities once they come around on September 16th.

Buy here: adidas München “Oktoberfest” $240 USD

If you want to attend Oktoberfest this year or in the future, check out the official website for more information on dates, travel, accommodations, and more.

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