Different strokes. I think both of those Hyperdunks look amazing. I wear pretty much nothing but bright colored shoes.
I can't even begin to see the appeal, but hey, it's cool they make something to your liking. I've never thought of shoes as a fashion accessory, so I usually just go with something dark or neutral. I of course pick out something that I think looks nice, but I'm just happy to have something that fits comfortably. Same goes for cars.
Well, I don't have a picture of my old worn-out shoes 'cause I threw them away, but I took a picture of my current ones. They're kinda dirty, though, 'cause I haven't cleaned them in a long time (when I say I take care of my shoes, I just mean that I'm not rough with them):
Yikes, that's an awful picture. The flash makes them look kinda brownish-gray and shiny, but in person they are almost solid black and slightly less ugly. Heh. Also, the shoelaces look funky because I've been having a persistent problem with edema in the feet, so I have to wear the laces loose.
These shoes are about two years old now, so they're a bit scuffed up and not too pretty. They don't seem to be as durable as my last pair of shoes (Vans Jim Greco Thunders, I believe) which lasted at least three years before they looked like that. They're pretty comfy, though, so I'm content.
NOTE: I have no special affinity for Vans or Jim Greco (don't even know who he is); I just buy tend to buy their shoes because they are cheap, comfy, simple, and usually durable. But most importantly, they have wide toes, which is really hard for me to find in my size.