Good Men’s Shoes For Spinning Class
Since there aren't a lot of manufacturers that produce high-quality men's spinning shoes, it's quite easy to narrow down your selection. You'll be able to choose the style you want knowing that you'll get quality that works perfectly for spin every time.
- Pearl iZUMi
- Louis Garneau
If we had to pick one of these product lines to choose from we'd have to say take a look at Shimano first. You can never go wrong with Shimano for either men or women. If you see a style you like better in any of the other manufacturers listed above though, go ahead and make your purchase. All of these companies are leaders in this field.
When you start looking at the reviews on spinning shoes from unbiased users you'll see that almost every one is receiving 4 - 5 stars out of 5 for quality performance and comfort. All of these brands offer equipment that is made with only top quality materials.
It sounds kind of unbelievable in today's consumer market but there isn't a lot of competing brands out there so the competition is fierce. None of these companies want to lower their reputation and to see us enthusiasts change over to another company to get our gear from.
2 of our top recommendations
It's really hard to pick out any single pair that could be considered the best of the best when it comes to indoor cycling, so we have simply picked out 2 pairs based on the best for narrow and wider feet.
Do you have narrow feet?
Try the Pearl Izumi or any of the others from their men's line. Most are a little narrower than the other brands and with 3 velcro straps running along the top you'll be sure that your foot stays in place no matter how narrow it may be.
What about wide feet?
Shimano is generally a little bit wider than others and also offer a wide fit in some of their models. If you have extra wide feet take a look through the Shimano 2014 SH-M088LE is just one such design that will make cycling a lot easier for you.
In order to get a good pair of men's shoes for spinning, you should be prepared to pay anywhere from $80 up to $150. If you're only going to be using them for cycling class you can expect them to last for years!