We're going to make some sweeping generalisations and say that the majority of us live in sneakers, they are our go-to (alongside boat shoes) as they are comfortable, supportive and so varied in style. So whether it's a laid-back athleisure look you're trying to achieve, or a smart-casual one, you're spoilt for choice when it comes to styles. we've rounded up a selection of sneakers from minimalist tennis shoes to chunky statement trainers. Pair with our pick of the best shorts and the right sweater to round off your wardrobe staples for this time of the year.
This season's best sneakers for men
Giorgio Armani Tumbled Lambskin Sneakers
Made from premium tumbled lambskin and featuring decorative stitching and contrasting soles, destructured lines make these fashionable sneakers instantly recognisable as Armani footwear.
£470 from Armani
Ermenegildo Zegna Couture 3x
These are the perfect sneakers for smart-casual wear. With discreet, seamless elastic laces, the sneakers have subtly textured sides and tan interior lining.
£785 from Harrods
Cassetta Wheel High-top Trainers
High-top trainers will always be in fashion and these recycled ones from Prada will keep you on the right side of sustainable shopping.
£640 from Selfridges
Z Zegnda Techmerino 2.0
Bringing some casual Italian luxury to your daywear, these sneakers fit like a glove, have no laces and create a nice silhouette.
£850 from Harrods
Gucci Flashtrek Trainers
If you're partial to a chunky sneaker, then the Flashtreks from Gucci are a great option. Versatile in white with plenty of structure and detailing.
£705 from Selfridges
Common Projects BBall Trainers
For s timeless sneaker suitable for all occasions, the classic tennis shoe won't do you wrong. Common Projects, known for its pared-back style, has you covered.
£384 from Mytheresa
Adidas Yeezy Boost 350 V2 "Carbon" sneakers
These Yeezy's are part of Kanye West's ever-popular signature footwear line with a chunky rubber sole and low-top Primeknit material.
$375 from Farfetch
Givenchy urban Street Tennis Sneakers
The devil is in the detail, as seen here with a beautifully simplistic shoe with all the right accents. These tennis trainers have a subtle leather upper with knot detailing and a subtle Givenchy stamp to keep things understated.
£395 from Luisaviaroma