adidas running shoes
loves a reissue, and with good reason: We love them right back. Consider the Stan Smith and Superstar, both of which became ubiquitous after the brand with three stripes started pushing them again in the last few years. Well, get ready for another shoe you're going to see every damn place this summer: the Gazelle. First released back in the '60s it's been adopted by style tribes ranging from mods to grunge enthusiasts, but fell off the grid in the late '90s.The upcoming reissue—based on a version from the early '90s, aka the style's golden era of design—will doubtless put it back on everyone's radar. Done up in soft suede with an off-white sole and serrated leather stripes, it looks just as relevant now as it did more than two decades ago
The adidas ultra boost
is a knit version of the iconic sneaker and it is a truly unique style. The Primeknit upper pares down the simple sneaker to it’s most basic elements and the heel tab and stripes are mimicked with the use of white woven into the orange-colored upper. A faceplate is sewn on while a chunky white rubber outsole lays beneath with a tongue bearing the sneaker’s style number .Even though we’ve already seen it land on the classic adidas Originals Superstar, today we take a look at some new colorways that have just released for the ladies.
Both the adidas pure boost sale
and the adidas Originals Superstar were chosen by Russ Bengston and DJ Clark Kent as their all-time favorite models coming out of adidas. The Pro Model will come with a full camo leather upper accented by the Black and Gold accents found on the Three Stripes, heel tab, laces, tongue and Quickstrike and adidas branding. A White sole unit and shell toe completes the look. The Superstar will come with perforated star detailing on the White leather upper paired up with camo Three Stripes branding on the side panels, heel tab and lining. A White sole unit and shell toe completes the look