Whilst we don’t have Andy Murray to get behind this year, all eyes are on centre court as one of the world’s most famous tennis tournaments returns.
If you prefer watching Wimbledon than picking up a racket yourself, why not dress the part (whilst sticking to what you know) with these all-white running shoes:
A great, lightweight, neutral running shoe for summer races, the Saucony Kinvara has been given a facelift for the brand’s White Noise collection – a print designed to honour the meditative effects of running.
An all-white version of the Adidas Ultra Boost neutral running shoe, this lightweight running shoe has a dedicated following. The brand’s boost cushioning makes for a comfortable, light, responsive ride, plus if you’ve read our guide on how keep running shoes clean, these make for a nice summer running shoe.
A responsive, lightweight running shoe from Nike, with a barely there upper and slipper-like comfort when you’re running. Read our longer running review of the Nike Epic React Flyknit here. What’s more, they look great in every colour-combination we’ve seen.
These Under Armour running shoes featured in our best running shoe guide for 2018 thanks to the well-cushioned design, the durable outsole and the simple outline that handled short and long runs well. They’re now available in all-black and all-white in the summer sales.
Featuring On’s CloudTec sole, designed for extra levels of cushioning and comfort, this version of the Cloud running shoe has increased grip pads, an updated sockliner for additional comfort and a v-moulded heel cap to keep your foot in place.
How to keep white running shoes clean:
Of course, now you've got them, you'll want to know just how to keep those white running shoes clean. Here's our top tips:
1. Brush off dust and dirt, and wash the non-knit areas of the shoe with soap and water.
2. Use a liquid, roll-on stain remover on any stains to the knit upper of the trainer - just like you would with a white t-shirt.
3. Don't put them anywhere near your washing machine - running trainers are not designed to be submerged in warm water for too long, and putting them in the washing machine (even on a cool wash) can cause them to loose their shape.
4. Scrub gently with an old toothbrush to get hard to reach areas.
5. Once clean, stuff your shoes with paper towels or newspaper and let them air dry - don't put them by a radiator, or leave them outside, as the sun can turn white shoes yellow.