If these trainers were delivered to you in a tin, the instructions on the outside would be accurate.
What I’m saying is adidas Gazelles do what it says on the tin. They’re a reliable every-day beer garden, pre-season friendly, walk to the shop for some milk shoe. The fact they’ve been paraded about on the feet of Liam Gallagher, Kate Moss and loads of other cool people you might not have heard of is even better.
Scott’s do this sort of shoe so well, better than anyone probably. This is their customer to a tee, but then to pigeon hole it as such is grossly inaccurate. The Gazelle has been around since the 1960s in one form or another, with its heyday arguably that 1990s Britpop era. The simplicity of its design makes it a trainer for all decades. Not many over-50s look this good.
Get a closer look at the various club-consistent colourways at Scotts.