70 Adidas Originals Noyau Durable Noir/Blanc Gazelle - Crème AJPSVYZ689

70 Adidas Originals Noyau Durable Noir/Blanc Gazelle - Crème AJPSVYZ689

€199  €62Economie : 69%
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Introduced in 1968 as a running shoe, the Adidas Gazelle trainer has remained one of the most popular models ever and has become a true design classic over the last five decades. With its hundreds of colour variations over the years and its stand-out suede material, the Gazelle has been re-discovered by new generations through every decade from the late Sixties to today.Although the Gazelle wasn't introduced until 1968, a good few years after the mod heyday of the early Sixties, it was the mod scene which had first made wearing sports shoes popular in Britain. With their love for continental, stand-out styles, the mods looked towards new types of sport shoes and would steal bowling shoes from bowling alleys or remove the spikes from typical running shoes to adapt sports shoes to their sartorial needs.With its introduction, the Gazelle found an immediate home with growing sports scenes like Skateboarders, as well as celebrity fans in the likes of John Lennon and Bob Marley. The decade, with its more casual take on fashion, took a keen interest in Adidas models like the Gazelle and Samba.In the Eighties, The Casuals (a new British sub-culture, who took much of their inspiration from the original mods), adopted the Gazelle as one of their trainers of choice.Unsurprisingly, Britpop, with its love for all things Sixties and mod, brought about yet another revival of Adidas Originals in the Nineties. Musicians like Ian Brown, Liam Gallagher and Paul Weller all sported Gazelles and other Adidas classics back in the day.Adidas Chaussures