Verdict from 13 user reviews

6 reasons to buy

  • The Adidas HAGT Gazelle Super comes at an average price. Some users attested that the shoe was well worth the money.
  • Most reviewers revealed that the sneaker is very comfortable.
  • A lot of wearers were pleased to find that the model had excellent quality, like many Adidas sneakers.
  • According to more than a handful of commenters, the Adidas HAGT Gazelle Super has a cool, vintage, and casual street style.
  • Several buyers have confirmed that the model fits true to size.
  • Although this shoe only has one colorway, a couple of purchasers remarked that it had a beautiful color combination.

2 reasons not to buy

  • A few users felt that the Adidas HAGT Gazelle Super was a bit narrow.
  • Some reviewers complained that the insole was too high.

Bottom line

Coming in at a slightly expensive price of $140, the Adidas HAGT Gazelle Super impressed reviewers with the comfort and style it offered. It’s also of high quality and featured an excellent fit. Although it only has one color option, a couple of users have remarked that it looks beautiful. However, the sneaker was found to be rather narrow, with an insole that was too high for some.

Good to know

Men’s sizes from 4-14 in medium width are offered for the Adidas Originals Gazelle Super HAGT. It has a lace closure to adjust the fit, while the suede upper delivers a solid and durable feel. The low-cut silhouette enables ankle mobility.

Released in a Clear Blue/Core Black/Chalk White colorway, the Adidas Originals HAGT Gazelle Super delivers a sporty yet classy appeal. It can be dressed down or up, paired with a variety of pants, chinos, jeans, joggers, and shorts along with t-shirts, button-downs, sweatshirts, and polo shirts. Neutral colors would emphasize the soft colorway best.

The low-top Adidas HAGT Gazelle Super features a luxurious suede upper. It also has the classic Gazelle details, such as the T-toe design and the original sleek silhouette. On a logo window near the eye stay is the Have a Good Time branding.

The Adidas Trefoil logo is embossed on the tongue and heel. On the padded collar is the printed graphic lining featuring the Have a Good Time label. Lastly, the sides showcase the serrated and stitched Three Stripes logo.

The iconic Adidas Gazelle first debuted in the 1960s as a training kick. From there it made its way into the lifestyle scene and has been a solid sneaker for many years. Today, it continues to be a highly popular model, leading to more shoes released in the series.

There are many kicks in the Adidas Gazelle collection, proving just how classic and versatile the sneaker can be. Each edition features the timeless, sleek silhouette of the original, along with its characteristic T-toe detail. The balance between sporty and casual enables each release to have a charm of its own.

In 1987, the brand released the Adidas Gazelle Super in what was then Yugoslavia. It was such a sought-after edition that, on its 30th anniversary, the brand reintroduced the design to the delight of sneakerheads. It has since become another mainstay in the Gazelle line, with such versions as the Adidas HAGT Gazelle Super following its lead.

This model from the Adidas Originals label was created in collaboration with the Tokyo-based streetwear brand Have a Good Time. The cult label brought its signature subtle touch to the Gazelle Super, giving it an eye-catching yet soft colorway. The minimalistic flair is complemented by the graphic print on the collar lining, and the exclusive Have a Good Time branding detail.

  • This model’s rubber outsole features a hexagonal pattern for superb traction.

Author
Danny McLoughlin
Danny McLoughlin

Danny McLoughlin is a researcher for RunRepeat covering football, sneakers and running. After graduating with a degree in computer science from The University of Strathclyde, Danny makes sure never to miss a game of his beloved Glasgow Rangers or the Scotland national football team. He has been featured in prestigious publications such as The Washington Post, The Irish Times, Footwear News and the like.

daniel@runrepeat.com