This is, of course, a variant of the classic Gazelle. But that shoe was a 1960s design, whereas the Gazelle Indoor is a 1970s take on the style. Specifically, a shoe that first appeared on shelves in 1979.
It was on and off the racks for years later – more often off than on in truth. But over recent years it has been seen increasingly, although not as often as some reissues.
Most of those recent styles have been in suede, but for me, the Gazelle Indoor works better in the leather. That’s the case here with a navy blue leather issue, one with a suede T-toe overlay, ridged tongue, contrasting stripes and heel in white and of course, that distinctive transparent sole unit.
All the sizes are available and if you want a pair, you are looking at £75.
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