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Bright White-On-White Sneakers Perfect for Summer

Wear Wool Instead

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Wool might sound like a weird choice for a summer shoe, but the all-natural and sustainable fabric keeps your feet cool and dry, is soft enough that you can go sockless, and minimizes odor. Sound amazing? Try these other wool sneakers too. ($95; allbirds.com)

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Get a Bright Boost

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These Adidas Pureboost X running shoes are game-changers in the industry; the compression-like sleeve for your foot provides tons of support without all the bulky cushioning, and the breathable mesh bootie keeps your feet feeling (and smelling) fresh. ($120; adidas.com)

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Bring Back the 'bok

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These Reebok Classics are white-hot again, thanks to a resurgence in retro-style street sneakers. Grab a pair to wear while it's warm—but TBH these will stretch from spring to fall and match everything in your wardrobe. ($70; reebok.com)

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Lighten Up Your Run

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These Nike Free running sneakers can be customized to your liking—but we're digging this all-white pair with a speckled midsole. ($150; nike.com)

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Channel Your Inner All-Star

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These white-washed Chuck Taylor All-Star IIs swap the tiny red and blue rubber sole lines from the original All-Star for a completely white finish. Think you can't work out in these classic sneakers? Think again: They're a favorite for strength training. ($50; converse.com)

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Get "Back At It Again with the White Vans"

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There's rumor that the viral "Damn Daniel, back at it again with the white Vans" video was planted by Vans to increase their sales. Whether or not that's true, it worked—and we're loving these leather SK8 hi-tops with the rear zipper accent. Skater-turned-mainstream hasn't looked this good since Avril Lavigne. ($80, vans.com)

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Add Some Silver

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These Under Armour training shoes provide cushion and comfort for any type of workout, plus a sleek white finish with a flash of silver on the toe. ($90, underarmour.com)

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Throw It Back to Middle School Days

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These Adidas Originals Superstars might remind you of high school or middle school, but they're coming back with a vengeance on athleisure fashionistas' feet. ($80; adidas.com)

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Splurge On Something Next-Level

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APL sneakers were deemed so good they were banned from the NBA. So, naturally, you should buy them. And what's more classic than a pair of white-on-white running shoes? Bonus: The little hint of teal blue on the bottoms add a pop of color to anyone you pass on the street. ($165; athleticpropulsionlabs.com) (Need another reason to splurge on these? They're approved by Shape covergirl Khloe Kardashian, fitness guru for the Kardashian clan.)

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Kick It Up A Notch

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Take the all-white trend to new heights (literally) with a a pair of wedge Nike Dunks, AKA the perfect excuse to wear sneakers to work. ($120; nike.com)

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Bounce Back to Basics

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These ultra lightweight Reebok running sneaks have a 3-D midsole and three types of supportive mesh, and will match even the craziest printed leggings you own. (Need some more printed workout pants? Try these pairs.) ($70; reebok.com)

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Go for the Gel

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These unisex white lifestyle kicks from Asics hit the scene in 1990 and have made a strong comeback. They'll seriously cushion your feet when you're logging walking miles instead of runs. ($110; asicstiger.com)

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