Chicago-based boutique Saint Alfred is famed for its many collaborations over past years, such as their 2015 ASICS GEL-Lyte V collaboration lined with GORE-TEX features. Now, in adding to that range, Saint Alfred is teaming up with adidas for a new take on the classic adidas Gazelle silhouette.

Featuring a water-resistant off-white suede upper, Saint Alfred has also opted to give the shoe's lining a GORE-TEX makeover. Adding to the shoe's water resistant properties is a gusset on its leather tongue to help keep water out of the interior. A soft leather heel and collar complete the look and feel of the clean sneaker. In addition to the release, a limited-edition tee and collaboration zine will be available to select in-store and online customers.

The Saint Alfred x adidas Consortium Gazelle OG GTX will retail for $130 USD, and release on October 22 at Saint Alfred in-store and online. A wider release has been scheduled for October 29.

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