Dance ladies’s spin ii stretch canvas coaching/lyrical ballet shoe

(8 customer reviews)


  • canvas
  • imported
  • leather-based sole
  • the spin ii includes stretch canvas, soft extensive elastic binding, and inner silicone to ensure a seamless fit
  • created with innovative fibers, the stretch canvas usually recovers to the impartial shape
  • the huge elasticized binding along the pinnacle line and internal lined silicone make sure a tight, non-slip healthy
  • outsole with ballet flat pleating permits feet to spread obviously and suede outsole lets in for a couple of turns conveniently
SKU: C124M6APDB321 Category:

from the manufacturer

all of it commenced with a promise…

… To make the maximum comfy dance footwear inside the world.

jacob bloch, a shoe maker with the aid of exchange, emigrated to australia in 1930 during the peak of the extraordinary despair.

jacob’s love of tune and dancing took him to the local ballet schools and at the sort of colleges he observed a young dancer suffering to live en pointe. Jacob promised he would make her a better pair of pointe shoes to dance in, and so he did.

jacob’s recognition for making extraordinary dance shoes spread rapidly.

jacob’s shoes have become so famous and popular, that it sparked the advent of a complete variety of dance footwear and dance fashion products. The logo grew hastily and through the years have become the bloch we recognise and love.

nowadays, bloch has a popularity as one of the maximum trusted inside the enterprise and remains pleasurable the promise made through its founder close to nine decades ago; “to make the maximum comfortable dance shoe inside the world”.

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product description

founded in sydney, in 1932 via jacob bloch, bloch is a pioneer inside the technical dance marketplace. In view that its inception, the famend shoes brand has produced hand-crafted pointe footwear for esteemed ballet dancers international. Bloch lately entered an interesting new duration of innovation and fashion design with the advent of mainstream shoes, following the needs via modern clients to create road-geared up footwear.


3.5-5, 6-7.5, 8-9.5, 10-11, X-Small/1.5-3 M US


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8 reviews for Dance ladies’s spin ii stretch canvas coaching/lyrical ballet shoe

  1. Madz

    These are awesome! I also have a pair by Bloch in leather, which I did love, but I got a size too small, so they really start to ride back and crunch my toes. if you are on the larger size of the range for your size, go up a size. This style of show just tends to ride back anyway, which is why you may want to go a size bigger. I wear a 7.5 street shoe(USA) and I bought a large and they are perfect!! So, they did fit as expected, but only because my teacher told me to get a size bigger because of the shifting. So, I guess they technically run small.The sticky rubber elastic is awesome too, never slips and is super comfortable. At first when you see the shoes and put them on, it seems like the toes are ENORMOUS! but don’t panic, because they “shrink” or mutate or whatever to fit your toes very quickly. I usually prefer leather shoes, but these canvas shoes are really nice. Thick and strong canvas, and you can wash them, which is huge! No one wants stinky dancer feet! Gross! haha! Read more

  2. shoezluvr

    I LOVED this product when I first received it, they fit perfectly were so comfortable and made my spins much easier (and I added rhinestones to them to match a costume). BUT I wore a hole in the big toe on each foot the day I received them- literally my FIRST DAY rehearsing in them after just a couple hours. I really liked them but I can’t bring myself to purchase a product again that won’t last through a single rehearsal. Very disappointed 🙁 Read more

  3. Amazon Customer

    These are perfect because they are kinda cheap but they fit perfect. I have wider feet and the half sole is good for stretching so I got a size large. If you have narrower feet get as small as possible because they can stretch. But I really love these, I didn’t have to break them in or anything they were just good to begin with. Read more

  4. William M. Young

    Not impressed. I had high hopes for these but I’m not super impressed. The sizing is all wrong. It says on the bottom of the shoe it is a medium but that it is a large on the side of the shoe. Overall the fit is off and the quality is not the greatest. Unfortunately I have to return. Read more

  5. Notorious Needle

    I really prefer the open-toe version, but BLOCH discontinued my favorite design. These work well and have lasted through 6+ hours of ballet / modern class and rehearsals per week for about 10 months. 4 stars because the straps sometimes slip off your heals (and I have HUGE calluses from when I used to dance on pointe) and because there’s no ventilation for my sweaty toes lol The elastic that goes around the toe-box is a little tight at first, but loosened up after 2-3 wears. Read more

  6. Angela

    These are just as they say. I do think they run a little big but I think it’s because they don’t come in number sizes, just small, med, and large. It makes it difficult when you have a foot size right on the border of their sizes. They are soft and good quality. Read more

  7. piquedance

    These are great! Not too tight like some can be. Just the right amount I’d structure. Has nice gel to help the straps grip. Read more

  8. Lorel Shea

    These spin II half soles are the only half soles that my young dancer will wear. The wide binding on the foot is far more comfortable than the narrow binding of similar products. I do wish that we could buy these in leather, as the canvas wears out quickly with repeated use. It takes about 6 weeks of regular dancing before my daughter’s toes begin to poke through the material. Read more

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