The adidas Gazelle Channels '90s Style Tribes

The silhouette reclaims its cult classic status
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From its inception in the '60s, the adidas Originals Gazelle has crossed subculture lines across the globe. This was especially true during the shoe's '90s heyday, and the Three Stripes showcases the different style tribes of that era with disparate culture drivers from today: Selah Marley continues her family’s Reggae musical heritage; Pro Era rapper Kirk Knight lays stakes in Brooklyn hip hop; Bully singer Alicia Bognanno updates grunge for the modern age; skateboarder Tyshawn Jones rides his way from the Bronx to burn up the world stage; and PALMAS bring a new wave of classic Britpop to the States. Scroll through the various looks in the gallery below, and shop Gazelle colorways now at adidas.com.