White sneakers are awesome. There’s that moment when you take them out of the box for the first time and the sole is like “I’ve never touched concrete before.” And now is the perfect time to enrich your rotation with one of these beauties.

adidas Superstar

The iconic sneaker with a rich cultural heritage is celebrating its 50th birthday. Three stripes, a clean design, a shell toe and five decades of history belong in every collection. The updated version from the SS20 collection brings the sneaker back with technical updates for even greater comfort.

Filling Pieces Spate Plain Phase

This brand successfully crossed the divide between streetwear and high-end fashion. They still maintain a lot of their root silhouettes and thanks to their quality leather they’re a staple in the current, ever-changing market.

Reebok Zig Kinetica

The Zig Kinetica sneakers debuted this February. They connect performance with lifestyle and are on the hot track to become a fashion silhouette, which was proved by their participation in several fashion week events around the world.

Rick Owens DRKSHDW

DRKSHDW is world-famous designer’s Rick Owens’ second brand. It features a more accessible price tag, but still maintains its high quality and uniqueness.

Vans Bold Ni

The Bold silhouette is characterized by its name. It’s more distinct then the Old Skools, but at the same time it preserves the brand’s iconic status. Even though it’s one of Vans’ most common models, it’s one of the most original.

Reebok x Trés Rasché Club C 85 MU

Since 1985, the Club C silhouette has made its way from tennis courts to the streets, and the collaboration with the Trés Raché store is a great example of that. Even though the design is very simple at first glance, it’s bound to grab your attention with its logo printed all over the upper.

Hummel Edmonton Premium

This Danish brand that dressed the players of Real Madrid in the past changed its direction and began focusing on making sneakers. The result are these premium sneakers with an original silhouette.

Nike Air Max 95 Essential

The reputation of all the Air Max sneakers speaks for itself, and it’s no different with the 95 model, which has an air bubble across almost the whole sole.

adidas Superstan

If you ever wondered what a cross between the adidas Superstars and Stan Smiths would look like, here’s your answer. The Superstan combines the best from both silhouettes.

adidas Futurecraft 4D

The sole is really made with a 3D printer. The unique mesh structure is more or less dense in specific areas, which allows the sneaker to stabilize the sneaker in the places where it’s necessary.

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