Faucet shoes; triple threat; all white professional tap shoes

(2 customer reviews)


  • 36 european length
  • leather sole
  • excessive-quit, all leather-based, unisex professional tap shoes
  • designed by way of avi miller & ofer ben – global regarded tap instructors and performers
  • charge includes faucets (mounted) and complimentary tap wraps
  • upper – leather-based; sole – leather-based, triple layer front best
  • heel – compressed wooden & leather-based; peak – 1 1/2 inch; 38 mm
SKU: C19EZHZXL3329 Category:

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2 reviews for Faucet shoes; triple threat; all white professional tap shoes

  1. twicksie

    First of all, I am not a professional tapper, not by a long shot, but as an older person with joint and feet issues, in order for me to keep tapping, I realized I needed to invest in some serious shoes. These fit the bill perfectly! I have tried Miller and Ben’s Sportaps as well as built up Capezio 360s and the Jason Samuel shoes (I ended up returning those, they were way too loose all around). Clearly, I have been willing to try the best to find something that will work for me because I don’t want to have to stop dancing! My issue is that my big toe is very straight from my foot and is the longest toe. Most of the shoes I have tried curve in sharply from the toe joint area and press painfully into my big toe forcing it to compress towards my other toes. This causes me problems because it’s painful, but also because I can’t use my natural toe spread to support my ankles and knees and I end up getting joint problems and injuries. These shoes are amazing for many reasons, but the one that I bought them for is that the toe box is fairly straight along the side of the big toe and I have space to engage my toes in a fairly natural stance. They aren’t barefoot shoes, mind you, but the stiffness of the soles actually gives your feet some nice support when you’re hoofing it about the floor. They are definitely not a soft leather and the soles take some breaking in but after walking around the house (with the provided shoe covers! Genius!) and doing some deep bends they loosened up enough for me to use in my hour long tap class. I was definitely getting some lazy heel drops because they were stiff but I’m not trying to win any awards here, I just wanna dance! Another thing to mention is that these have triple built up soles so they are definitely heavy and made for tap styles that work closer to the floor. They are heavier than my double soled 360s and I could feel it by the end of my class but I am REALLY out of practice and not an advanced tapper and it was definitely fine. And omg the sounds these make! Gorgeous deep thick thumps. It makes you feel like a bada** dancer even if you’re just hanging out in your advanced beginners class like me. And finally the customer service is second to none. If you need help figuring out what shoes to get and call, you will often be blessed with one of the company’s owners who are so patient and helpful working with you to get the right fit and style. It makes me want to keep getting shoes so I can just chat with them. Ha! Oh also another note on fit, I have skinny heels and these are looser for me than the Sportaps (which are also gorgeous shoes – the toe box just didn’t work for me). Also my Sportaps I ended up getting a wide width to give my toes room but these were true to size and fine in the regular width (I don’t normally wear wide shoes). So yes, they are expensive but if they work for you, and you’re a casual tapper like me they will literally last you a lifetime. I love them!!! Read more

  2. Elizabeth

    I wears size 7 in streets shoes, but so far, every pair of tap shoes I’ve tried have been just a little too big. I ordered a size 37.5 in these Miller and Ben Triple Threats and they are perfect. The break in period is super hard but totally worth it. I love them! Read more

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