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The FITNESS Spring 2010 Sneaker Guide

Experience love at first stride with our biggest-ever shoe guide. We asked 115 readers to step, ride, and even splash their way through this spring's sportiest styles. Find your perfect pair here.
Reebok Indoor RXT The Best Cross-Training Shoe

Reebok Indoor RXT
This ultralightweight shoe, designed for classes that require a lot of lateral movement, offers plenty of cushioning in its midsole and a sock liner for comfort during quick cardio sessions. They're super breathable, fast drying, and well treaded for gym surfaces. "I hardly noticed I had shoes on," one tester says. "But I felt completely supported, even while pounding through step class." ($70, reebok.com)

Footnote: For group classes, grab a pair of cross-trainers, not your usual running shoes. "The Reeboks were so airy that I thought I had the wrong sneakers, but they had enough cushioning for all my workouts," says Andrea Kirkwood, 41, a part-time fitness instructor from Aurora, Illinois.