If your everyday outfit needs a bit of oomph, mix it up with a pair of bright-colored yellow sneakers. It's a good thing we have dozens of those lined up - over 80 shoe models from different brands.
Since many don't have the time to go through each one, we took the liberty to pick the finest out of the bunch. So, whether you're on the hunt for the most dashing and comfy lemony sneakers or the most value-for-money yellow kicks, we have got you covered. And you know what's more? Each one has been thoroughly reviewed and checked, so you know for sure that you're getting your money's worth.
How we choose the best men's and women's yellow sneakers
Picking the best yellow sneakers for men or women can be difficult, especially when you can't see the shoes in person. Fortunately, RunRepeat has done most of the things you would do and more. What are those? Check out the list below:
Gather all the good and bad user and expert reviews we can find about the shoes
Buy the shoes and check them out ourselves from inside out, top to bottom
Wear out the shoes to their limits and compare them with other sneakers
Of course, our top picks consist of shoes that outperformed the rest in all aspects.
The Adidas Stan Smith is a legendary sneaker with a claim to fame as the original white tennis shoe for the masses. Culture has respected that for the last 50 years the Stan Smith is still as relevant today as it was when the man was winning trophies. It's fair to say that with its robust design and sleek looks, it's probably going to last another 50.
What else can we say about the Nike Air Max 97 that hasn't been said before, the shoe has literally had books written about it. It's an athletic, versatile, and comfy sneaker that looks incredible in so many colorways. There's a reason it's been one of Nike's most popular sneakers for decades. Like others in its family, this is a silhouette that will stay relevant for years to come and work with most wardrobes.
The Adidas Busentiz has been around for a while. It stands on its own against modern skate shoes because of its durability and versatility. More than anything it's a really clean-looking sneaker that works just as well on a night out as it does in a skatepark. It helps that the shoe is easy to clean, sturdy, and has loads of cushioning to keep you comfy and supported.
The Puma Fenty Suede Cleated Creeper is part of Rihanna's latest Fenty Puma Collection. It has a similar upper to the best-seller Puma Fenty Creeper, but with a distinguishable elevated cleated rubber platform sole. It ticks off the boxes in terms of comfort, style, and perfect fit, as attested by most purchasers. It is, however, a bit pricey than the usual fashion sneakers and also bulky and heavy for some purchasers.
The Nike SB Nyjah Free 2 is a leading silhouette in the skateboard scene. Clearly beginning to see the skateboard market as an Olympic one, Nike has started using innovation from its Air Max lines in the Nyjah and we love it. From a sock-like fit to an enhanced board feel, there's a lot going on in the Nyah Free 2.
Incredibly breathable thanks to the all-canvas upper
Very durable outsole
Brakes well on the board
Not very durable in comparison to other modern skate shoes
Collect stains easily
Vans Old Skools have soared from subculture staple to mainstream fame repeatedly over the years. It’s easy to see why. With a classic, versatile silhouette, brand recognition, and a comfortable, breathable upper, who could resist having a pair in their wardrobe? While the canvas/rubber construction might not be the most durable and can collect stains easily, the Vans Old Skool still looks amazing when beaten and worn.
Air Max 270 is a sleek, sporty, lightweight lifestyle shoe. With a huge 32mm heel height it's definitely a head-turner. Ultimately, this is a durable shoe that fits in perfectly with the times and at a fair price.
Sheena is a wordsmith turned sneaker addict. Her sneaker fixation intensified as her passion for writing grew. A hands-on mom of two sweet yet spunky kids (plus three dogs and two cats), she finds solitude in leafing through shoe catalogs to find the next "it" sneaker. Scrutinizing hugely popular and underrated kicks is her favorite pastime.