2HB 2001 SF Patent Classic Ballroom Dance Shoes
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100% Italian made, handcrafted using only the finest quality materials.
These Dance Shoes are perfect for Ballroom & Social Dance Styles - practice, performance & competition. A stunning, high quality hand made dance shoe for every occasion!
Made with Buffalo Leather. - See below for sole options.
When choosing dance shoes, it is important to choose the right relationship between shoe flexibility and shoe sole. Our products are distinguished for having an internal construction that allows the choice between two types of flexibility, on the one hand we have the shoes with super flexibility that allows an absolute freedom of movement of the foot, on the other side we have those with medium flexibility that gives the shoe a greater support of the arch. For those who prefer total arch support, it is advisable to choose the whole sole to be combined with a medium-flexibility shoe.
Avail Sizes 36 - 47. SOLE OPTIONS ADD A NOTE to your order.
SPLIT SOLE / SUPER FLEXIBLE
SPLIT SOLE / MEDIUM FLEXIBILITY
FULL SOLE / SUPER FLEXIBLE
FULL SOLE / MEDIUM FLEXIBILITY
Unless otherwise requested, your gorgeous new hand-made 2HB Dance Shoes will come with a suede sole. All 2HB Shoes can be made with different soles such as rubber etc - just drop me a line.
Your stunning new 2HB Dance Shoes should arrive at your door Australia-wide approx 3-4 weeks. Worldwide shipping will be calculated at checkout and takes approx the same time for delivery. Depending on workload, this may take extra time but of course I will keep you informed. Should you require your shoes urgently, please send me a personal email firstname.lastname@example.org to arrange.
No return or exchange on handmade Italian 2HB Dance Shoes. Please check the size chart or drop me a line for sizing advice.
OR use this handy method:
The best way to measure your foot:
1. Put your foot on a blank sheet of paper and shift body weight to
it. Outline your foot (see pic.1).
2. Then measure the length in CM from the extreme point of a heel to the longest toe of your foot (see pic. 2).
3. To determine the right width, measure the widest part of your foot (pic.3).