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10 Best Colorways of the adidas Gazelle Available Now

Discover the best adidas Gazelle Colorways

What if I told you that from the hundreds of adidas Gazelle colorways available we have just the perfect ones?

But, before we start to get to know the best colors we really have to admit it: the adidas Gazelle has become a silhouette that has been seen around in way too many feet. It basically is a model produced for the masses. Nevertheless, there are two sides of each coin.

What we are trying to say is that if we get to see them so much, it also means that adidas is really doing some right. Or at least, did something right (?). You will find out why very shortly.

Check out the best adidas Gazelle colorways available now:


Sneaker Politics x adidas Consortium Gazelle PK – Available at Sneakersnstuff

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We mentioned right above that sales season has arrived. So we are going to start with one of our favorite Gazelle on this list that is also on sale!

Using a Primeknit construction for the upper, this collaboration between adidas and Sneaker Politics was made to celebrate the shop’s newest location in New Orleans. This Mardi Gras-inspired silhouette sits on top of a full-gum midsole.

Be sure you grab this pair, you will regret it later on when they are sold out.

adidas Originals Gazelle Craft Pack – Available at Caliroots

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Nothing beats a classic silhouette with a modern twist, and that is exactly what happens here. If you are looking for a future classic, this extremely deluxe iteration of the adidas Gazelle is for you.

Displaying a one-piece deconstructed upper made of suede by the one and only Charles F. Stead. The upper sits on top of an EVA midsole while details are seen at the translucent rubber outsole.

Moreover, the pair is delivered with a one of a kind full leather cleaning kit. Yet again, you can get them on sale.

adidas Originals Gazelle Super – Available at adidas

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The Gazelle Super is a re-issue of the original sneaker that released exclusively in Yugoslavia back in 1987. This model is delivered in an olive vintage suede upper altogether with a perfect retro look due to its contrasting white heel patch and leather three-stripes.

United Arrows & Sons x Slam Jam x adidas Consortium Gazelle – Available at END.

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Joining forces with United Arrows from Canada and Slam Jam from Italy, adidas Consortium have created a version of the Gazelle that guarantee premium details from head to toe, inspired by pool-side relaxation.

It can be easily seen due to its towel inner-lining for example. The stain resistant alcantara upper displays dual logo brandings as well as a serrated 3-stripes, staying true to the original silhouette.

adidas Original Gazelle Black – Available at Caliroots

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Plain and simple, just how we like it. We are sure that this suede iteration of the adidas Originals Gazelle in black with white stripes will match most of our daily outfits. Be sure to keep them in your sneaker rotation!

Alife x Starcow x adidas Consortium Gazelle

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These bad boys do not get enough love, and we can’t understand why. We find this pair truly amazing! This adidas Gazelle in particular features shades of grey and off-white, while details are seen in red and blue.

All the color combo pays tribute to the US “Starts and Stripes” and the French “Tricolore”. And you guessed it, they are on sale too!

adidas Originals Gazelle Scarlet – Available at adidas

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Honoring the 1991 favorite version of the Gazelle, this sneaker features the same materials, colors, textures, and proportions as the original. Plus, its shade of red just makes them stand out anywhere you go!

Saint Alfred x adidas Consortium Gazelle OG GORE-TEX – Available at Saint Alfred

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You may be thinking that light-colored sneakers aren’t for Winter. Times have changed and yes, you are wrong. This collaboration between adidas Consortium and Saint Alfred from Chicago is built with considered materials and functionality for Chicago’s unpredictable weather.

The upper displays natural premium suede with a water repellent treatment as well as a GORE-TEX lining altogether with a gusseted tongue, fully protecting your feet from the harshest of weather conditions.

Moreover, details are seen around the co-branded tongue woven labels and branded leather insoles.

adidas Originals Gazelle “Vapour Pink” – Available at END. Clothing

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If you were told that men do not wear pink, please do not ever listen to that person again. The adidas Gazelle has been providing the ultimate simplicity for over three decades and this model honors the 1991 favorite with the original materials, colors, and textures, however, in a Vapour Pink colorway.

adidas Originals Gazelle PK Blue – Available at Caliroots

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For last but not least, assuming that you may be already thinking about stocking up quite a few fresh new pairs of sneakers for the yet-to-come warmer weather, why not have a Primeknit Gazelle?

Its blue Primeknit upper sits on top of a popping white midsole, which makes them perfect for any Summer day!

adidas Gazelle History and Background:

adidas Gazelle History

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It all started in the world of sports, however, later on, it was linked to quite a few subcultures. Important so-called celebrities have been seen wearing them as well, from Kate Moss to Michael Jackson, back in the days…

The adidas Gazelle original release date was back in the mid-60s. At the time, with one very particular characteristic: the fact that it was built with suede. In fact, it was the first shoe that adidas produced using suede (or in this case, kangaroo velour).

Known for its contrasting white stripes (even though in recent years we have come across many, many iterations), this adidas Gazelle laid the foundations for many models that were produced thereafter.

Most shoes during this time were built using leather. As known, suede is much lighter but still delivers a great amount of on-feet protection.

I am sure you are reading this and thinking that this is all old news but think back 50 years. The adidas Gazelle truly revolutionized footwear. And that is a fact.

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Nevertheless, we will not get deeply into how the Gazelle has changed. Yes, it changed in quite a few specs since its original release. Launched over 50 years ago in two specific colorways, red and blue (just like the adidas Gazelle Super 2017), both displayed different blueprint designs to fit different proposes.

One example would be the micro-cell ripple sole where small air bubbles were incorporated into the rubber, offering a more cushioned impact when on feet. You may be surprised, but Nike was not the only “air” available (even if the “air” by Nike was launched quite a few years after this).

Throughout the years, the adidas Gazelle has become rather popular, especially in the UK. Later on during the mid-80s, the Austrian made Gazelle Grun (Green) was released, making sure that more colors were available within Europe.

Lately, the silhouette is considered a vintage-retro phenomenon, releasing many different colorways, collaborations and updated versions (ie: Primeknit).

For now, have a look at the best adidas Gazelle available. Bear in mind that sale season has already arrived, so you may actually find quite a few bargains here and there.

Sneaker Exchange Program: ALIFE x Starcow Stan Smith & Gazelle

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