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You Can Now Buy St. Patrick’s Day-Themed Running Shoes

These would complete your St. Paddy's Day look!

If your favorite part about St. Patrick’s Day is decking yourself out in everything green, boy oh boy, do we have something for you! Following in the footsteps (pun intended) of their amazing ugly Christmas sweater sneakers, Brooks has launched a brand new pair of running shoes — this time covered in four-leaf clovers and horseshoes.

The entire shoe, right down to the laces, is green, with the exception of some gold that I’m pretty sure is there to give you even more luck of the Irish. According to Zappos, the lightweight sneakers are meant for running on pavement (or maybe just running to get another green beer).

The shoes are already sold out on Brooks’ website. But at the time of publication, they were available through Zappos for $100, including shipping. They are available in both women’s and men’s sizes for a limited time.

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To go along with the shoes, Brooks has also released other St. Patrick’s Day items including hats, socks and shirts. Take a look at what else you can buy to make sure you’re rocking some serious shamrocks with your entire running outfit.

Run Lucky Pacesetter Tee

You can get two different T-shirts, both with fun St. Patrick’s Day sayings. Each shirt is made with DriLayer Burst fabric to wick away sweat and resist odors while out for a run. Pick from options that read “Let’s Shamrock This Run” or “Run Lucky, The Pot of Gold Awaits.” The shirts are $34 and $35, but the Run Lucky design was on sale for $22.75 at the time of publication.

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Run Lucky Pacesetter Sock

These green running socks match the sneakers perfectly and say “Run Lucky.” They are $16.

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Run Lucky Pacesetter Hat

This $27 “Run Lucky” pacesetter sherpa hat features the same sweat-wicking material as the shirt. It’s also designed to keep you cool while running.

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Will you be picking up some Brooks St. Patrick’s Day running shoes  — or one of the other festive items — to add more green to your wardrobe?