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adidas Gazelle Women's Shoes

 
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WOMEN'S ADIDAS GAZELLE

The women’s adidas Gazelle has been serving up understated style for five decades and counting. With a sleek and functional design, the adidas women’s Gazelle is the low-key choice for casual style. Made with a suede nubuck upper, the Gazelle features its signature serrated 3-Stripes detail, T-toe overlay, heel patch and rubber outsole.

ADIDAS ARCHIVE: GAZELLE

After debuting as a training shoe in 1968, the women's adidas Gazelle quickly found new stomping ground outside the stadium. As athletic shoe technology developed, the Gazelle went from sports staple to street-style favorite, retaining its retro appeal throughout the decades. The original Gazelle pushed boundaries with its fresh suede upper, replacing the ubiquitous leather and inspiring a move toward lightweight footwear. The popular 1991 women’s adidas Gazelle edition was reissued in 2016 and is a classic in its own right.