20 Trendy Sneakers You Can Wear On or Off the Field

Who knew lace-ups would make such a comeback?

By Taylor Stephan Feb 02, 2018 10:33 PMTags
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If you haven't gotten the memo: Sneakers are back—and in a big way.

You've probably already got a few athletic-looking pairs at the ready for those intense gym sessions of yours, but don't be afraid to take them to the streets. One look at the Hollywood set and it's pretty hard to ignore that lace-ups are the current everyday footwear of choice. And why shouldn't they be? They're comfy, practical and shockingly chic when paired with virtually any outfit.

From workout wear to dresses, these sneakers are worthy of wearing on or off the field.

Cole Haan

BUY IT: Cole Haan Zerongrand Stitchline Wingtop Oxford, $150

Athletic Propulsion Labs: APL

BUY IT: Athletic Propulsion Labs: APL Techloom Pro Sneaker, $160


BUY IT: Vans Shine Sk8-Hi Slim Sneaker, $70


BUY IT: Nike Free TR 7 Premium Training Shoe, $100


BUY IT: Balenciaga Mixed Media Trainer Sneaker, $695


BUY IT: Adidas by Stella McCartney Crazymove Pro Sneaker, $130


BUY IT: Coach Rex Patch Sneaker, $295

New Balance

BUY IT: New Balance 274 Sneaker, $100


BUY IT: Puma Basket Platform Trace Sneaker, $90

Steve Madden

BUY IT: Steve Madden Antics Sneakers, $90


BUY IT: Adidas Tubular Doom Sock Primeknit Sneaker, $120


BUY IT: Nike Air Huarache City Sneaker, $140

Under Armour

BUY IT: Under Armour Women's Street Precision Mid Lux, $110

Golden Goose

BUY IT: Golden Goose Deluxe Brand Super Star Glittered Mesh and Distressed Leather Sneakers, $445


BUY IT: Skechers Sport Women's Synergy 2.0 Simply Chic Fashion Sneaker, $50


BUY IT: Hogan Allacciata H222 Sneakers, $495


BUY IT: Adidas Swift Run Sneaker, $85


BUY IT: Fila Women's Memory Workshift Slip Resistant Work Shoe, $38


BUY IT: Veja V-10 Low-Top Leather Trainers, $117


BUY IT: Skechers Sport Women's Ultra Flex Bright Horizon Sneaker, $42

We'll probably wear ours to our Super Bowl party this weekend (just sayin').

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