US: Reebok gets ready for St Patrick’s Day
Reebok has launched a limited number of sneakers in time for St Patrick's Day in the US.
According to the Boston Herald, the Adidas Group firm has put an image of a frothy pint and messages like "toast the holiday" and "Kiss Me I'm Irish" on the heels of the shoes.
Sales, at US$70 a pair, will apparently run right through this month - stocked at Foot Locker and other small chains in Boston, Chicago, New York and San Francisco.
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