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Dance girls’s pulse leather-based and neoprene split sole jazz shoe

(8 customer reviews)

$40.69$45.44

  • one hundred% leather-based/neoprene
  • imported
  • rubber sole
  • arch hugging neoprene stretch satin arch
  • tender leather higher
  • embossed pleat element accentuates arch
  • moldable suede front sole for experience-the-floor movement; perfect for spinning and turning
  • low profile heel to get closer-to-the-ground feeling; gives the dancer premier manage for preventing
  • cut up sole design
  • sizing: begin with street shoe to half of size up
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  • i’m going to be taking ballroom dance instructions might these paintings well for that?
  • question: i’m going to be taking ballroom dance lessons could those paintings well for that? Solution: no these are jazz shoes. They sell ballroom footwear different locations and maybe on amazon however my daughter doesnt do ballroom dancing. Via carol krueger on february 7, 2019 collapse all solutions

  • has every body positioned orthotics in these footwear?
  • question: has anyone positioned orthotics in these shoes? Solution: i have not– i dont typically want orthotics but those seem to have exact assist. With the aid of alt on april 26, 2019 did not get answers. See greater answers (1) collapse all answers

  • i wear 7 street shoes… (23. 5cm) … Wich length shoul i order? Thanks!
  • query: i put on 7 street shoes… (23. 5cm) … Wich size shoul i order? Thank you! Solution: for the bloch dance womens pulse shoe i’d advocate ordering street shoe size. So you would need to order the size 7. Thank you with the aid of just for kix seller on august 29, 2016 failed to get solutions. See more answers (3) disintegrate all solutions

  • which size should i order ? (i put on 38 road shoes) pls solution
  • query: which length have to i order ? (i wear 38 avenue shoes) pls solution answer: you most probably are from united kingdom and might need to convert that length to american sizes. By means of carol krueger on february 7, 2019 disintegrate all solutions

    size_name

    4, 4 Wide, 4.5, 4.5 Wide, 5, 5 Wide, 5.5, 5.5 Wide, 6, 6 Wide, 6.5, 6.5 Wide, 7, 7 Wide, 7.5, 7.5 Wide, 8, 8 Wide, 8.5, 8.5 Wide, 9, 9 Wide, 9.5, 9.5 Wide, 10, 10 Wide, 10.5, 10.5 Wide, 11, 11 Wide, 11.5, 11.5 Wide

    color_name

    Black, Tan

    8 reviews for Dance girls’s pulse leather-based and neoprene split sole jazz shoe

    1. DanceLeigh

      I’ve been a dance instructor/studio owner since 1993. I’ve been wearing these for years and I love them! They fit perfectly the way I want them to fit. I like my dance shoes tight out of the box because, if they are of any quality, they will stretch to fit my foot which is EXACTLY what I want. I can go a couple of classes with some discomfort until they break in, but with these it’s very minimal. The upper molds to my foot like a glove after just a few classes. Every part of the shoe that touches your skin is padded in some way. The neoprene keeps them from stretching permanently to be too long. The last thing I want in a dance shoe is extra space: this is where sliding around in them can cause blistering and extra material at the toe can get in the way and trip me (believe me, I don’t need help tripping!). The darts accent the arch so beautifully! Even my dancers whose point isn’t as strong have pretty feet in these. So answering some questions that have been asked: What size should I buy? Do you like your dance shoes to fit snug or loose and what do you wear them for? I like a tight fit so I wear an 8.5 in athletic shoes and buy these in 8.5. I’m actually a 9 in dress shoes, heels, or boots, but these jazz shoes eventually mold to my foot so the 8.5 is perfect and allows for some eventual give to my wide feet (at the metatarsals). At that size my toes hit the end of the shoe which is what I personally want. If you like room and you (or your child) is taking maybe 2 recreational classes a week then you could probably just stick with the usual street shoe size. If you (or your child) is competing and taking several hours of classes per week, it would be best to talk to the instructor about what they prefer. How long do these last? Again, it depends on what you need them for. My senior competition team (around 10-12 competitions per year) can go through a few pair per dance season. That’s normal with ANY dance shoe that takes heavy wear. However, my recreational classes can make it the entire year without having to buy a second pair unless they just outgrow them. They do have a more sturdy pad on the ball of the foot than other jazz shoes which is the place I find that most other shoes fail first. With these it’s usually the big toe busting through the top but by then we’ve gotten more than enough wear from them. Do they have a lot of support? No, but that’s not what dance shoes are for. Dancers need strong feet and too much support can keep them from developing that strength. Think of jazz shoes as a good second protective skin. They aren’t street shoes and are meant for wear only on dance surfaces. So they can’t be compared easily to street shoes in that way. There isn’t a perfect one-size-fits-all for styles and brands of dance shoes. You just have to find the right one for your foot and the way in which you dance. But I find that these tick a lot of boxes for our students and are DEFINITELY my go-to jazz shoe! Read more

    2. JG526

      NOTE: This review has been dictated to me by my soon to be 17 year old daughter, who has been dancing since she was 3 years old and swears by Bloch dance shoes. She has been wearing these for just over 3 months since purchase. For most of her dance life, she has worn Bloch and believes they make the BEST dance shoe and will not wear anything else. We purchased a 1/2 size larger, like she always has in dance shoes, compared to tennis shoe size. She says these dance shoes are very comfortable just like all her prior Bloch dance shoes and that these are actual Bloch and not some knock-offs. No issues with the toe box or arch support and they fit just like all her prior Bloch dance shoes. Another thing she would like to point out is that these dance shoes allow very smooth turns and excellent stability. Two thumbs up from a seasoned dancer with 14 years of experience. Remember, shoes are kind of like car tires, you want the best between your person and the ground! Read more

    3. Valerie Cummins

      Bloch Dance Women’s Pulse Jazz Shoes. I purchased a 1/2 size larger than my regular ballet shoes These shoes are absolutely comfortable & makes turning smoother, You can see the point better They mold to your feet. These were required for a Competitive Jazz Team. I recommend these Bloch Dance Women’s Pulse Jazz Shoes. This review was written by my daughter who is 15 & who has been dancing for 12 years. This her words & honest review. Read more

    4. Geneva Anderson

      I wear an 8.5m to a 9m street shoe. I ordered a 9 in these shoes, as the last Bloch jazz shoes (different model, and in a size 8.5) I ordered were too small. The fit with this specific model was perfect and comfortable. I have a high arch that cramps easily, and these shoes supported my arch very well. I was very comfortable in these jazz shoes, and liked how different they looked. I was the only one in our cast to have the Pulse shoes. I used them in CATS, and for Jekyll and Hyde (until I had to switch to heels). I will be comfortable in future shows in these very soft, very flexible yet supportive jazz shoes. If your feet are in between sizes, considering going up in size. That worked great for me. Read more

    5. LegallyAuburn

      These are great shoes. I’m taking an adult dance class, and these shoes offer nice arch support and the leather sole on the ball of the foot makes turning easier. The leather pattern inside the arch creates a beautiful line, and makes these feel feminine and pretty. I ordered a half size larger than my street shoe size, and they are snug but comfortable (I prefer a close fitting jazz shoe). The toe bed is a smidge narrower than my Capezio slip-on jazz shoes. I also love that the heel sole is a lower profile than a standard jazz shoe. Overall, I am very pleased and excited about these! Read more

    6. Jessica Gramc

      These are my favorite brand of dance shoes after having tried a few. Only thing is, they do deteriorate a little faster than other shoes when being worn almost daily, but for comfort and flexibility there isn’t any comparison. do follow sizing advice, because I can’t remember off my head if they run big or small, but I know it’s listed here somewhere and it’s not the same as street shoes. Read more

    7. Amazon Customer

      I wear a size 6.5, I got a size 7 and it was perfect. I loved how the shoes looked and felt on my feet. My only complaint is that they didn’t last very long. I bought them for a show I was in and after 2 weeks there were holes in the toes and the sole on the ball of my foot was worn down in a couple places. 2 weeks seemed like a really short life for a brand new pair of jazz shoes. Read more

    8. Proudmercer

      Bought a half size larger than my shoe size. Was afraid they wouldn’t fit right and I needed them for a performance. They came in two days, and they fit perfectly. I loved the details in the arch, and that the heel was hidden inside of the leather. They are really perfect to dance with, and I have zero complaints so far. I will update in a few months to see how they handle over time. Hopefully they don’t wear out too fast! Read more

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