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adidas gazelle womens white with black stripes

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    10 décembre 2019 01:52:58 CET

    Collectors and fans of the 3 stripes brand all share a common admiration for the adidas gazelle womens white with black stripes. Not only is it one of the original and biggest styles to come out of the 80's casual era, but it is a timeless trainer that just looks good no matter what. Decades have gone by with new subcultures and followings from the whole Britpop generation to modern day with adi' fans still yearning for that all time 3 stripes classic look. First released in 1968, the adidas Gazelle really made its mark on the terraces in the late 70's and early 80's whilst stores were sourcing 3 stripes from Germany to a new wave of dressers and casuals alike. Since its birth the Gazelle has continued to have a close connection to 80's culture with the original B-Boys, the casuals, the music and classic retro sportswear.
    The adidas eqt support 93/17 triple black red marries a modern mid-cut profile with the technical style of the Equipment line from the '90s. In tonal shades of grey, the design sports a flexible textile upper with a rubber overlap at the forefoot atop a sculpted rubber midsole. Three Stripes integrated lacing offers a touch of contrast in black while a streak of orange provides a pop of color inside the mesh lining.
    The adidas Ozweego Raf Simons Black White was released by Adidas in the late 1990s, and truthfully Raf Simons' take shares little with the OG other than the name. They aren't just a replica of a vintage sneaker re-issued for today—they're a genuinely novel, thoughtful, elevated take. Raf's version doesn't even have Adidas's three-stripe design on the side panel, and they were a hit. Today, "ugly sneaker" is synonymous with Balenciaga's Triple S, or maybe even Kanye West's Yeezy 700. But Adidas and Raf are still churning out Ozweegos in new colorways—and there's perhaps no better no version than this.
    The adidas lxcon white active blue & black exposed stitching makes its way back to each lateral and medial side securing its adidas branding along with holding its lacing system in place. Lastly, typography is found on the tongue, adding a technical look to a rather retro-esque lifestyle runner.