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My Favorite White Sneakers For Spring And Summer 2021

8 stylish, durable, and minimal white sneakers

I love a good white sneaker. It’s an essential for every men’s wardrobe. A few weeks ago, I wrote a quite popular postabout my minimal basic wardrobe. A white sneaker was the first shoe on this list. But I didn’t go into detail on which sneaker to get. Let me elaborate on this here. My favorite white sneakers for spring and summer 2021.

1. Old faithful

The first sneaker is a classic. It’s been going strong for years and years and years. There’s no stopping this one. This white sneaker is one of the most stylish, simple, minimal, yet great-looking and pretty comfortable sneakers on the market. It also comes in thousands of variations. The upper is usually made of leather, but a vegan version is available. I’m, of course, talking about the Adidas Stan Smith. If you have never had one of those, you’ll probably enjoy a pair. If you’re on the lookout for a new white sneaker, the Stan Smith is a pretty safe bet.

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2. Classic casual

The next one on my list is another classic. But don’t worry, we’ll get to newer ones as well. Number 2 is a skate shoe that comes in suede, leather, or canvas, looks cool on pretty much anyone and isn’t often seen in the all-white version. It’s the Vans Old Skool. More popular is the black and white version. But I think all-white is just as nice. Also, one of my favorite kicks for women. Moreover, the Old Skool comes in low-tops, mid-tops, or high-tops. Whatever style you prefer. If you don’t like white sneakers, the Vans present the perfect solution in black and white, or many other colorways.

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3. French style

One of my favorites from 2020 and beyond is a French sneaker. It’s ethically made and comes in leather or vegan upper. I’m talking about the Veja V-10 or V-12. Both of these have a stylish silhouette. The price tag is a little higher though. But I believe the quality is worth it.

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4. The top dog

The top white minimalist sneaker is without a doubt the Common Projects Achilles. This shoe looks clean, stylish, is comfortable, durable, and high quality. It’s also crazy expensive. A real investment. But it will last a long time with a little care.

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5. The underdog

This next one might be my pick for a new white sneaker 2021. It’s a very popular shoe, though still kind of under the radar if you know what I mean. I think the price and the simple style make it a perfect fit for a basic men’s wardrobe. They also come in low- and high-top versions. It’s the Nike Blazer.

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6. Never gets old

My next pick is probably my favorite sneaker of all time. The classic canvas version is an icon. I also like the newer 70s edition which offers more comfort and durability. Can’t go wrong with these sneakers. The Converse All-Stars or Chucks 70s.

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7. English charm

Another sneaker that has been highly popular the last few years, is a great classic by Reebok. It was my sneaker of choice in 2018 and lasted till 2020 with heavy, heavy use. The Reebok Club C.

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8. My current pair

Number 8 is the white sneaker I currently own. I’ve gotten so much wear out of these, they paid off for sure. These kicks by Adidas come in many styles, have a more sporty vibe, and have been very popular over the last 2–3 years. It’s the Continental 80*. (*This is a partner link via

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There you have it. My 8 favorite white sneakers for spring and summer 2021. All these 8 shoes come in a variety of colors & styles (except for the Common Projects Achilles). They cover a nice range of price points and offer good durability and comfort. I’d pick one out of these 7 if you’re looking for a pair of white kicks this year. As I said above, I’m considering the Nike Blazer for me. I don’t buy new clothes or shoes often, so usually, my decision takes quite a bit of time. I only replace worn-out or broken items. And I only own one pair of white sneakers at any given point in time. After all, I try to keep my wardrobe fairly simple, small and minimal.

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