With every season comes its own set of trends, but among all of those are the everyday basics that provide the foundation to any ensemble. One such basic is the classic white sneaker. As a sleek, simple and effortless staple that can be worn with anything, having the most comfortable white sneakers available is something you want to prioritize.
Rather than going through an endless pair of shoes until you find the style that’s just right, our editors are sharing the white sneakers they simply can’t stop wearing. From affordable cotton canvas options that you might already be familiar with to a tried-and-true polished leather pair, see which styles Who What Wear editors are recommending. Without a doubt, as soon as you slip these on, you’ll never want to take these off. Scroll down to check them all out below.
These honestly feel like little foot clouds. Hence all the favorable Nordstrom reviews. – Allyson Payer, Editor
I love the retro lines of these throwback sneakers from Reebok, and they’re the also the most comfortable pair in my closet. – Kristen Nichols, Managing Editor
I’ve had my white Common Project sneakers for 3 or 4 years at this point, and they only get more comfortable the more I wear them. The leather is so soft that it perfectly molds to the shape of your foot, and since they are leather a bonus is that they’re also easier to clean than canvas sneakers. – Nicole Akhtarzad Eshaghpour, Market Editor
I live and die by my high-top Converse. I rarely give them a shoutout since they’re such a basic shoe in my closet, but they have held up for years now, are a classic that will always be in style and, yes, are beyond comfortable to spend all day in. – Anna LaPlaca, Assistant Editor
These Reebok Aztrek sneakers are so comfortable that I actually bought them in two colors. They give off that trendy dad sneaker vibe without overwhelming any of the outfits I choose to pair them with. – Lauren Eggertsen, Fashion Editor
My Superga sneakers are definitely my most comfortable white sneakers. They’ve never given me blisters even if I wear them with no socks. I’ve also worn them for tons of long flights and can confirm that they’re comfortable enough for traveling and traipsing through airports, which is the ultimate test for me. – Erin Fitzpatrick, Senior News Editor
The easiest, most versatile, and comfortable white sneakers are these classics from Superga. I’ve taken them on numerous city vacations where plenty of walking was involved and my feet were happy campers. – Judith Jones, Market Editor