There’s a reason the white sneaker have become the go-to champion for so many sneaker stalwarts and DTC upstarts alike: It’s a hero product, in the most literal sense of the word. As in, it’s here to save you after you swore off sneakers for all of, like, a month, before you realized there’s no loafer on earth as comfortable as your favorite pair of runners. Easy to style, endlessly versatile, and somehow always elegant, the white sneaker—in leather, canvas, suede, or even some high-tech knitted fabric—is a year-round staple, and it’s here to stay.
Looking to cop a new pair for yourself after you beat the last ones to a pulp? Look no further. From high-tops to lows, swanky designer versions to the classics that’ll never go out of style, we’ve rounded up some of the best white sneakers available now. Pair ‘em with anything in your closet and then go merrily on your way.
Thousand Fell started out the gate with white sneakers and a completely sustainable ethos. Since its inaugural collection, it offers unisex lace-ups and slip-ons with uppers made of white vegan leather and soles made of recycled rubber.
Nike Air Force 1 High ’07 Sneaker
It’s almost impossible to beat the Air Force 1. Aside from sitting at the very heart of the sneaker world, it looks great with almost everything.
Classic Faux Leather Sneaker
An arch…de triomphe. Forgive us.
Classic Slip-On Sneaker
The ideal slip-on shoe to transition from your WFH fit to one for the outdoors.
2750 Cotu Classic Sneakers
Timeless Italian style at a price that’s tough to beat.
All Coasts 210 Sneaker
A reworked riff on the dad shoe to end all dad shoes.
Air Monarch IV Sneakers
A typically meme-ready—but eminently wearable—take one one of the most consistently popular sneakers in the country, of Martin Rose and her signature cheeky wit.
Spiffy sneakers from a relatively new label that’s all about sustainability.
Stan Smith Sneakers
The classic white sneaker that came before “classic white sneakers” were a bona fide thing.
Chuck 70 Sneakers
White Club C 85 Sneakers
The Club C is an oldie but a goodie, especially in this particular shade of eggshell white.
Clifton 8 Sneakers
Soft 7 City Sneakers
This sneaker is specifically made for walking on city streets. Just check out the name.
Air Max 95 Essential Sneakers
They call it an “essential” for a good reason.
In the words of Tony the Tiger: They’re grrrrrrreat! Sorry, but they really are.
‘The Roger’ Centre Court Tennis Sneakers
If it’s good enough for Roger Federer, it should be good enough for every man.
Ultraboost 22 Sneakers
Your favorite running shoe—complete with all the signature details you’ve come to love—now rendered in recycled materials much better for the planet you love, too.
XT-6 Trail Running Sneakers
The high-functioning, fashion-crowd favorite.
Napa Leather Edge Mono Low-Top Sneakers
Made from Italian napa leather, Good Man Brand’s low-tops most certainly have edge, and are not only good, but great. What’s more, three percent of the proceeds from each purchase will be donated to the Why Not You Foundation, an NGO that empowers and prepares kids to become the leaders of tomorrow.
Chuck 70 Sneakers
Fear of God fearlessly updates an undisputed classic.
Lockhill White Leather Sneakers
Kith founder and expansive sneaker collaborator Ronnie Fieg and Clarks Originals joined forces. That’s very good news for anyone looking to break away from the norm with a distinctive silhouette anchored by Clarks’ much-beloved crepe soles.
Capri Triple White Sneakers
Koio’s Capri sneaker is a favorite around thse parts. The low-profile silhouette and minimal detailing make it exceptionally versatile.
Proof the team at To Boot doesn’t just make mighty fine boots—they also do a damn good sneaker.
Vulcanized Canvas Mid-Top Sneakers
“X” marks the spot with this low-top sneaker from Off-White.
Original Achilles Sneakers
An OG of the game is still one of the very best on the market. It’s clean and sleek, and finished with CP’s signature gold-foil branding.
Replica Suede and Leather Sneakers
The German Army Trainer, tweaked ever-so-slightly by one of the most fashion-y fashion houses in the world.
Tennis Low-Top Sneaker
Another stellar option from the folks at Fear of God—this one a sneaker that serves an ace.
Ace Embroidered Sneaker
Seven years (!) after being named creative director of Gucci, Alessandro Michele’s designs are still all the buzz.
Triple S Low-Top Sneaker
A sneaker that’s so money even the Federal Reserve can’t handle it.
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Source : Esquire