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adidas Gazelle Boost – First Look

Modernizing old classics, with new technology.

It’s no secret that Boost foam from adidas works, and we just cant get enough of the high energy return cushion set up from the company with three stripes. Which is exactly why adidas decided to put Boost foam into an old classic, the Gazelle.

Originally an cross training model when it released in 1968, the Gazelle morphed into one of the best selling retro soccer models to this day, but this new take on the Gazelle looks to be more of an advanced running model. With Boost foam in the forefoot, you can expect a low heel to toe drop, for an overall low to the ground responsive ride. The upper is constructed of a mesh material that looks very breathable, which sticks to the overall simplistic construction of this silhouette.

No word on an official release date, but stay tuned to WearTesters.com for any upcoming information regarding the adidas Gazelle Boost.

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Via Sneakergaga

  1. Adidas is releasing so many shoes that I like. I need a release date and price for these.

    I wish Boost could be produced in other colors.

    1. I was thinking the same thing! if only the pellets that make boost could be coloured, that would give us plenty of awesome cws! also i think that if you paint boost with some normal midsole paint, it would crack, giving the midsole an “earthquake” look that would look pretty good

  2. These look really good. Clean and simple. Looking forward to picking up a pair of these (after the Curry Lows finally drop).

  3. Damn. I thought the boost was full length and Adidas figured out how to paint it at first. Still a good looking shoe. Might pick it up if the price is right.

  4. man. i have a lot of adidas shoes that have boost in them, and the only thing i hope they change in the future is the look of the boost. maybe a thin cover or a more smooth look in the mold. because every shoe looks like packing peanuts haha. like maybe a urethane cover like on the kobe x for the lunarlon. who knows. i just know that especially in my roses the boost gets roughed up and dirty. not saying its a big deal but they show wear pretty quickly.

  5. These have been on their website for a while now…WIth another model (forget the name) but its basically this but with a primeknit upper, you can find all these on the website and buy them.

  6. Gazelle is a classic. this looked . . . . errrr . . . . unclassic. not for me i guess.

    to adidas: please leave the classics alone (gazelle, samba, etc). boost is new school. please dont fix, if it aint broken.

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