Unisex sizing: Women, please order two sizes smaller than your regular size.
Adidas (named for its founder, Adolf "Adi" Dassler) has been making some of the world's greatest performance athletic shoes since 1949—and there are countless Adidas-wearing Olympic gold medalists to prove it. Oh, and an eponymous rap song, thanks to Run-DMC. The simple but ingenious designs with the signature three-stripe logo were quickly adopted by athletes, artists, breakers, cool kids and sneakerheads alike. Take the Gazelle—released in 1968 as an all-around trainer, it's become an international sneaker icon with a serious cult following, thanks to its classic style and comfortable mesh lining.