10 Pretty Pastel Sneakers That Will Motivate You to Work Out

For that perfect gym selfie!

(SPOT.ph) We hate to be the ones to ask but… have you hit the gym this 2020? Like, even once? Hey, we get it—if it were up to us, life would be all hearty meals, icy desserts, and nap breaks in between. But no, health remains a very urgent concern for most of us. So if one of your New Year’s Resolutions this year is to hop back on your fitness goals, we commend the effort for even thinking it. In case you need a little motivation to hop on a treadmill, a cute new pair of running shoes might just push you to start. Below, we round up 10 pastel-colored trainers that are so cute, you’ll want to exercise just to show them off.

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Here are 10 pastel workout shoes you can shop now:

Ultraboost Shoes in Crystal White/Glow Green (P9,800) from Adidas


Adidas’ Ultraboost sneakers are made extra comfy with ventilated uppers and flexible cushioning for a lightweight and breathable fit. This iteration of the popular running shoe features a rainbow of pastel tones on the knit exterior punctuated by a stark white sole and side panels. The light-colored shoe will easily match all your gym clothes while also adding more color to your OOTDs.

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Joyride Dual Run in Silver Lilac (P6,745) from Nike


Nike first released their innovative Joyride sneakers in July 2019. The shoe became instantly recognizable thanks to its signature foam beads, which are located inside the sole but are visible from the outside—perhaps inspired by the visible air-bag soles on the Swoosh’s world-famous Air Max sneakers. The beads are built to mold to the contours of your foot and offer ample cushioning. This pair comes in a soft lilac shade with black and gold details for a chic shoe that’ll look oh-so cute in your gym selfies.

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Fresh Foam Zante v2 in White with Seafoam and Reef (P5,295) from New Balance

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For cardio addicts looking to boost their running speed, these kicks from New Balance would be a good go-to for hitting the treadmill or jogging your favorite path. The neutral cushioning and feather-light support promise a second-skin feel on the feet that will let you build up speed without struggle. Plus, we’re obsessed with the fresh seafoam accents adorning the predominantly white exterior.

See a list of New Balance branches.

UA HOVR Sonic 3 Running Shoes (P6,795) from Under Armour

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These mint-green Under Armour sneakers will make you feel like you’re walking on clouds thanks to their lightweight but supportive cushioning and breathable mesh upper. The flexible shoe promises comfort and versatility for runners as well as an ultra-bouncy, zero-gravity feel on the feet. The pair is part of the brand’s HOVR line, which means each shoe has a microchip embedded into it that you can connect to your phone via Bluetooth when you download Under Armour's MapMyRun App (don't worry, it's free!). The app will track your distance and calories burned for every workout, so you can keep track of your progress without having to have your phone in hand.

See a list of Under Armour branches.

Dynaflyte 3 in Skylight (P7,490) from ASICS


We can’t take our eyes off the gorgeous powder blue color on this running shoe from ASICS, made even cuter by the small but striking pop of pink lining the sole. The shoe is constructed with a high-quality toe spring and full ground contact that’s good for use both in training and in races. Its cushioning molds to your foot's precise anatomy for maximum comfort and support.


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Ultra Flex 2.0 in Rose (P3,795) from Skechers

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These sleek sneakers from Skechers will keep your activewear ensemble looking elegant with its rose color and knitted fabric upper. The shoe features Air Cooled Memory Foam technology on the insoles that promises ample support and cushioning while preventing that uncomfortable damp feeling your feet can sometimes get mid-workout.

See a list of Skechers branches.

Carbon X in Nimbus Cloud/Lantana (P9,800) from Hoka One One

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These predominantly white running shoes from Hoka One One would be easy to pair with many of your fave gym outfits, but still stand out thanks to the pastel pink and yellow colors on the sole. Is it just us, or does the colorway remind you of ice cold glasses of lemonade? The sneaker is built for high-performance and designed to help you run faster—it promises security and support while still staying lightweight and breathable.

Available at Toby’s Sports; see a list of branches.

Efficient Running Shoes (P4,998) from Fila


We’re drooling over these cotton candy-colored kicks from Fila. Bright bubblegum shades of pink and blue adorn this comfortable lace-up that’s made for running. If you usually stick to neutral tones when picking out workout clothes, you’ll love the pop of color this pair adds to your looks!

See a list of Fila branches.


Aztrek Shoes in White/Teal/Aubergine (P5,899) from Reebok


Rock a '90s-inspired look at your next gym sesh with these running shoes from Reebok, which might remind you of old-school streetwear thanks to the pops of teal and violet against the white exterior. The chunky kicks are inspired by retro sportswear and will look especially good with vintage-inspired activewear pieces like sweatbands, tights, and windbreakers.

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Stretch & Go Breeze in Pink (P3,795) from Saucony

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Hate having to lace up your kicks? Or worse, stopping mid-jog to cater to a loose knot? These Saucony sneakers do away with that problem with a no-tying-required elastic lace system, so you can have a fuss-free workout from start to finish. The memory foam insole and neutral arch make this a comfortable and versatile pair for all types of runners and gym buffs. And how can you resist that pretty pink color?

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