How can I make sure my agility shoes are getting enough air flow?
Your shoes will want to breathe at different places in your feet because they are made from different materials. For example, most elastic shoelaces will need a few millimeters of air for each foot bend to work properly. However, your shoes may not need a lot of air flow. Most modern shoes have a special tread that is able to provide sufficient air flow. This tread is called a micro-tread and it is usually made from a tough material that can withstand high temperatures and low pressure. Some athletic shoes have micro-treads that can support as much air flow as your typical elastic shoelaces.
If your shoes don't have micro-treads, they could still provide adequate air flow but it might not be the same. Your shoes should be able to provide enough air flow to accommodate your own body and bodyweight, but your feet need a little extra air flow to keep them from overheating. For example, in the summer you might put on your running shoes and your toes can get warm and sticky and you may sweat a little. However, when your shoes are outside in the hot sun your toes become very cool and your feet feel really good. You might also have hot spots on your feet and this is good.