These Ultra-Comfy Sneakers Had a 20,000-Person Waitlist — and We Have an Exclusive Discount

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Thousand Fell Sneakers
Thousand Fell Sneakers

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Like Emily Ratajkowski, Chloë Sevigny, and many more supermodels and celebrities, I can't resist slipping on a pair of white sneakers pretty much anytime I have to step out in the summer. They're literally the white canvas to build your outfit on, a blank page upon which everything from mini dresses and maxi skirts to jeans and viral bike shorts looks stylish and polished. It's even better when they're comfortable enough to wear all day, which is more important than my outfit due to my plantar fasciitis and old ankle injuries. That's why I can't stop wearing Thousand Fell's ultra-supportive Women's Lace-Up white sneakers these days.

Even though I own close to 10 pairs of white sneakers at this point, Thousand Fell's stand out in the pack. Frankly, they're so comfortable that I'm able to rack up 20,000 steps in them without my feet aching or my ankles protesting. Available as both slip-ons and lace-ups, the Thousand Fell shoes' clean-lined, sleek designs have gathered a combined 20,000-person waitlist over the past year, with many colors selling out whenever they're back in stock.

And they're not just in stock right now: Thousand Fell is running a summer sale, with everything — yes, everything — marked down by $21 with the code SUMMER21 at checkout. InStyle readers, though, can save $25 sitewide by using code INSTYLE25.

Thousand Fell sneakers
Thousand Fell sneakers

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Shop now: $95 with code INSTYLE25 (Originally $120); thousandfell.com

Founded by Chloe Songer and Stuart Ahlum, Thousand Fell claims to be behind "the first circular recyclable sneaker at scale in the market." Its shoes are made in Brazil from recycled rubber, water bottles, quartz, and even food waste like castor beans, coconut, sugarcane, and palm. And once you wear them into the ground (like I know you will), the brand lets you send them back and upcycles them as part of its SuperCycle initiative. As someone who owns too many sneakers to count, I'll definitely take advantage of it when mine are worn to shreds instead of just throwing them away.

Everyone knows that white sneakers are nearly impossible to keep spotless, but Thousand Fell's stain-proof and water-resistant coating make a noticeable difference. They're so easy to clean with a cloth that I don't even worry about wearing them on muddy sidewalks post-rainstorm. And the shoes' aloe vera-coated liner make them super breathable, so my feet still feel fresh after a whole day wearing them.

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Both the lace-up and slip-on Thousand Fell shoes have built up a 2,500-person waitlist just over the past five weeks, but with the sale, the brand has restocked most of its best-selling styles, plus a new gray colorway.

Shop the best options from Thousand Fell's summer sale below.

Thousand Fell Women's Lace Up in Blue

Shop now: $95 with code INSTYLE25 (Originally $120); thousandfell.com

Thousand Fell sneakers
Thousand Fell sneakers

Available at Thousand Fell

Thousand Fell Women's Lace Up in Wave Purple

Shop now: $95 with code INSTYLE25 (Originally $120); thousandfell.com

Thousand Fell sneakers
Thousand Fell sneakers

Available at Thousand Fell

Thousand Fell Women's Lace Up in Black

Shop now: $95 with code INSTYLE25 (Originally $120); thousandfell.com

Thousand Fell sneakers
Thousand Fell sneakers

Available at Thousand Fell

Thousand Fell Women's Slip On in Green

Shop now: $95 with code INSTYLE25 (Originally $120); thousandfell.com

Thousand Fell sneakers
Thousand Fell sneakers

Available at Thousand Fell

Thousand Fell Women's Slip On in Pink

Shop now: $95 with code INSTYLE25 (Originally $120); thousandfell.com

Thousand Fell sneakers
Thousand Fell sneakers

Available at Thousand Fell

Thousand Fell Women's Slip On in Blue

Shop now: $95 with code INSTYLE25 (Originally $120); thousandfell.com

Thousand Fell sneakers
Thousand Fell sneakers

Available at Thousand Fell

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