A sporty pair with deep roots in ’90s subculture.
Everybody needs a go-to pair of shoes. You know the one. Effortless. Casual. Goes with everything. Like, for instance, the adidas Gazelle. First launched in the 1960s, the Gazelle was a cult favorite sneaker for generations of soccer fans. In the 1990s it went full counterculture, popping up on the feet of rebellious supermodels and pioneers of hip hop. This version of the icon channels all the attitude of that ’90s version. Plus, Trefoils!
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