You wouldn’t borrow someone’s shorts to workout in, so why borrow their shoes? If you’re looking for a pair of spinning shoes to call your own, here is what you need to look for. First of all, make sure you have the proper fit, too tight will injure your toes and too loose can leave your heels prone to blisters. Look for a breathable shoe with a mesh sockliner and some form of ventilation system to keep feet dry and cool. With a stiff sole, supportive closure system and a good fit, you’ll be ready to spin in your very own shoes. Check out The Best Spinning Shoes Available Now.