MINER BLUE/CORE BLACK/SILVER METALLIC
The Gazelle has a deep heritage in the brand’s archive. Originally created in the ’60s as a performance training shoe, it has been reissued regularly over the years, slightly adapted along the way. The Gazelle’s popularity reached its peak during ’80s hip-hop culture, later becoming a mandatory accessory in early ’90s UK pop culture. Blondey gave his version a prominent utilitarian twist, using ripstop material and the slightly translucent Gazelle Indoor tooling previously used for the Aloha shoes.