atmos Applies Premium Patchworks On Their adidas Gazelle 85

Leathers and suedes combine for one of the best adi drops of the year.

atmos Applies Premium Patchworks On Their adidas Gazelle 85

Japan’s atmos has had a busy month thus far. They just cut the ribbon for their first ever atmos Gold retail location, combining their prime selection of goods with offerings by local artisans in Tokyo’s Sendagaya district. In Manila, they opened their first-ever doors in the Philippines. Now, they’re directing their attention back to collaborations with one of the best Gazelles we’ve seen in 2024.

The icon from the 1960s is reimagined via a patchworked upper, with suedes and leather of varying finishes fixed together by exposed white stitching on the upper. Smooth and grainy suedes are juxtaposed with both full-grain and tumbled leather for that hand-crafted finish, while the toe-cap, lace collar, and heel are finished with a vachetta tan suede. Navy blue lines the interior and the classic tongue, while the tre-foil on tongue and heel are gilded for that pristine aesthetic.

The atmos x adidas Gazelle 85 is currently available on adidas’ overseas sites, but atmos has yet to make any sort of announcement on their project just yet. Stay tuned for additional details as we learn more.


atmos x adidas Gazelle 85

SKU: II0002

US Apr 2024

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