7 Best White Basketball Shoes For Women, 60+ Shoes Tested in 2022

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7 Best White Basketball Shoes For Women, 60+ Shoes Tested in 2022

A popular option in our selections is the women’s white basketball shoes. The white colorways are widely preferred because they easily match other outfits. Form-hugging Adidas Hardens, Air Jordans, and the legendary Nike Kobes are ideal for special games or casual gigs.

Due to the incessant demand in the market for white shoes, all leading brands offer all-white or predominantly white models. For the ladies out there, you will not have to worry about missing out on a perfect pair that matches your style.

To help you narrow down your choices and save time, we’ve rounded up 70+ of the best white basketball shoes for women. Check them out below to see our featured list of the top picks in different categories.

How we test basketball shoes

We do our due diligence to ensure we only provide 100% honest, in-depth reviews. We work with a team of testers to see how each model performs on the court. To be more comprehensive, we meticulously check the essential parts of the shoes inside our independent shoe testing lab.

We identify our overall picks after doing the following:

  • Purchasing all the women’s basketball shoes using our own money to avoid any taint of brand loyalty and bias.
  • Cutting the models open in the lab to closely examine 30+ parameters such as the midsole softness, ankle support, energy return, durability, and many others.
  • Playing games of basketball on the hardcourt and hardwood courts to have a first-hand experience of the shoes’ performance, comfort, and fit.
  • We also enrich our aggregated data by taking into consideration what other testers are saying about the shoes on this list.

To conclude the process, we compute all the variables using the CoreScore system. This is the fastest way to get the overall scores of all the models ranging from 0 to 100. We highlight the top-rated shoes for quick reference.

Best women's white basketball shoes overall

Nike PG 5
Nike PG 5
£61

CoreScore

91
Superb!
4.6 / 5 from 150 users
88 / 100 from 20 experts

Pros

  • Highly-cushioned
  • Superb traction
  • Looks great
  • Good value for money

Cons

  • Feels pretty rigid
  • Runs small
  • Tight fit

Verdict

A highly-cushioned basketball shoe, the NIke PG 5 offers players a solid platform for jumping. This would be a good shoe for a big or power forward who likes to stay in the lanes and remain on the block. Aside from the pleasing looks, the Nike PG 5 offers great value for money.
Nike PG 5 full review

Best white Nike basketball shoes for women

Nike Kyrie 7
Nike Kyrie 7
£105

CoreScore

91
Superb!
4.5 / 5 from 487 users
90 / 100 from 11 experts

Pros

  • Remarkable lockdown
  • Super comfy
  • Feels light
  • Stable even during lateral movement
  • Durable
  • Breathable
  • Good value for money
  • For players of all levels
  • Feels springy
  • Easy on/off
  • Many color options

Cons

  • Break-in period needed
  • Slightly slipped when rocking backward

Verdict

Players with aggressive playing styles will love the Kyrie 7. Wearing this shoe equips anyone playing with an advantage when playing aggressively. Having an upper that hugs the contour of your foot, a bouncy cushion and an elite tread pattern that will provide control is a winner. The Kyrie 7 is recommended for everyday and competitive basketball players.
Nike Kyrie 7 full review

Best white Jordan basketball shoes for women

Jordan Why Not Zer0.4
Jordan Why Not Zer0.4
£101
£126

CoreScore

89
Superb!
4.6 / 5 from 219 users
84 / 100 from 8 experts

Pros

  • True to size
  • Secure foothold
  • Fits great for wide-footer
  • Good lateral stability
  • Cushy, responsive cushioning
  • No break-in period
  • Feels light
  • Sufficient breathability
  • Sleek design
  • Good value for the price

Cons

  • Outsole pattern is not durable for constant outdoor play
  • Heel cushioning not enough for heavy post players
Jordan Why Not Zer0.4 full review

Best white Adidas basketball shoes for women

Adidas D Rose 11
Adidas D Rose 11

CoreScore

89
Superb!
4.5 / 5 from 423 users
88 / 100 from 8 experts

Pros

  • Better than predecessors
  • Comfortable heel
  • Cushioning
  • Stability
  • Light
  • Aesthetics

Cons

  • So-so traction
  • Requires break-in
  • Quality is not good enough
  • Not for outdoors

Verdict

The D Rose 11 puts the D Rose line back on the map after a series of flops since the D Rose 8. Even so, it still pales in comparison to other basketball shoes because some of its features are mediocre. The D Rose line is already in the right direction, but it seems that it still has a long way to go.
Adidas D Rose 11 full review

Best white low top basketball shoes for women

Nike Kyrie Low 4
Nike Kyrie Low 4
£101

CoreScore

85
Great!
4.5 / 5 from 85 users
77 / 100 from 8 experts

Pros

  • Top-tier traction
  • Quick responsiveness
  • Lightweight
  • Very comfortable
  • Stable
  • Supportive
  • No break-in time
  • Good lockdown

Cons

  • Minimal cushioning
  • Heel slippage
  • Not for outdoor play
  • Mediocre ventilation

Verdict

The Kyrie Low 4 is a solid performer for its splendid traction, fit, and stability, but is weighed down by its minor heel slippage and minimal cushion. The other minor area of warning is ventilation, as although the upper material is rather thin and light the breathability of the material is mediocre.
Nike Kyrie Low 4 full review

Best value white basketball shoes for women

Adidas D.O.N. Issue #2
Adidas D.O.N. Issue #2
£47
£68
£69

CoreScore

86
Great!
4.3 / 5 from 4,021 users
86 / 100 from 6 experts

Pros

  • Lasting comfort
  • Impressive materials
  • Forefoot responsiveness
  • Heel impact protection
  • Reliable containment
  • Modern style
  • Low price

Cons

  • Has to be broken in
  • Inconsistent traction
  • Not for outdoor use

Verdict

The Adidas D.O.N. Issue #2 is a good follow-up to the successful Adidas DON Issue #1. This shoe is actually "a surprise hit" for players especially since it is still priced at a fairly affordable 0. This basketball shoe delivers in terms of comfort, support, and style. There are issues, but they seem like ones that disappear once the shoe gets broken in. Compared to other basketball shoes, this basketball sneaker is already a good catch.
Adidas D.O.N. Issue #2 full review
Author
Dimitrije Curcic
Dimitrije Curcic

Dimitrije Curcic has been playing basketball for over 22 years. Like Manu Ginobili, he’s a left-hander whose moves led him to a better career-shooting percentage than the Argentine himself. After playing professionally for 10 years, Dimitrije moved to coaching for two seasons before he became a basketball statistician for StatScore, and FanSided contributor for the San Antonio Spurs. Dimitrije loves to tell hoop stories through numbers and graphics and has been featured on Fansided, FiveThirtyEight, Eurohoops, and TalkBasket among the others.