The 8 Pairs Of New Summer Trainers You Need To Know About
The Debrief: Instant wardrobe update alert
If you’re anything like us, the trainers you bought last summer will have been dragged through festivals, a holiday, or maybe just a few too many nights out. To remedy this, we’ve searched the high street for the best new kicks around. Whether your old trainers are in pieces, or you’re just bored of wearing the same pair every day, we’ve sorted it.
Behold, an excuse to buy new shoes. You’re very welcome.
Adidas Originals x Topshop, £80, Topshop
Adidas originals and Topshop have teamed up to create an awesome new activewear collection. We love these reworked Superstars.
Converse, £54.99, Office
These fresh new Converse will make a big change from the battered high tops in your cupboard. Plus, that metallic shade will go with everything you own.
New Balance 574, £70, ASOS
Tired of your boring old trainers, but not comfortable wearing colour? Try these brand new 574s, updated with a hint of pink and striped print.
Nike Air Max Thea, From £85, Nike
This minty pair from Nike is guaranteed to revive your summer wardrobe, and you’ll be thankful for that lightweight fabric in the hot weather.
Reebok Neon Ventilator DG, £69.99, Surfdome
Pink doesn’t have to be girly – check out these fluoro Reebok Ventilator DGs.
Shadow 5000, £85, Saucony
Guaranteed to stay bright once they’re dirty, these Saucony trainers look great with frayed denim. Try them with this Vintage Re-Made Dress, £55, Urban Outfitters.
Casey Trainers, £64.99, Vagabond
Swedish shoe brand Vagabond are best known for their boots, but also stock an awesome trainer line. Perfect if you fancy something a bit different!
Adidas Racer Lite, £45, Office
These adidas Originals are guaranteed to provide poolside vibes, regardless of where you’re spending your summer. Useful if you’re only doing a staycation this year.
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