adidas Originals Hamburg "Made in Germany" Pack

In both Collegiate Navy and Collegiate Burgundy.

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The German sportswear giant adidas pays homage to Hamburg, a city in northern Germany. The style first debuted in 1983 and enjoyed a Retro run last year. Now, the silhouette is back with both a Collegiate Burgundy and a Collegiate Navy colorway. Comprised of ridiculously plush leather, the shoes sit atop a gum sole, finished off with a badge upon its heel tab embossed one of Hamburg’s castles. The pack will be available August 11 at Overkill Shop.

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