The Gazelle Indoor has a regular fit, with synthetic lining. This laced-up, low-profile model lets the ankles retain their full mobility while locking the feet in with custom fitting. Moreover, this sneaker is available to both sexes. Men’s and women’s sizes both range from 4 to 14.
Gazelles are low-profile classics, which overdose fans with throwback and nostalgia. But that’s not to say that these Gazelles are old and soon-to-be-gone; they’re very much alive and kicking, heading toe-to-toe against time, and over the decades, time can’t seem to beat their style. The older the silhouette gets, the better it looks.
The crisp-looking Gazelle Indoor seamlessly fits in into a wide gamut of casual and sporty outfits as well as styles ranging from athletic, hip-hop, street-wise, laid-back, ragged punk, skater, grunge, to rock and roll. These Gazelle shoes come in well-revered color concepts, such as active red/cloud white/gum 3, core black/hi-res aqua/cloud white, collegiate navy/active green/bluebird, and grey two/active red/bluebird.
The re-emergence of the Gazelle Indoor deepens the Gazelle’s range. It’s furnished with a sleeker, streamlined look and updated materials, with all its signature features retained or even amplified. Moreover, this model’s contrasting gumsole and upper colors have proven to be a huge delight.
The Gazelle’s DNA can be traced back to the Adidas Rom, the brand’s response to the 1960 Rome Summer Olympics. The Rom was one of the brand’s most ancient silhouettes—even predating the Superstar, Campus, and perhaps even the Stan Smith—and from which the first Gazelle was molded.
Launched in 1968, the Gazelle sits among Adidas’s most prominent and influential lines of shoes. Its simple and solid silhouette is loved by many people and various subcultures in the past and the present, making it a bigger classic among classics. In 1979, Adidas made a premium Gazelle for the handball sport, naming it the Gazelle Indoor, which got reissued, joining today’s pack of Gazelles.
- Its gumsole unit is made from polyurethane, which means it’s built to last.
- The Ortholite sock liner is highly breathable. It has anti-moisture as well as anti-microbial properties, which prevent foot infection and odor.