Ballroom Dancing Shoes
Even if the pair you are buying is more economical, it doesnâ€™t mean you can go slack with regard to the material and construction of the shoes. For example, you should never buy ballroom dance shoes with soles covered in rubber or leather. Find a pair with heels covered in suede so that you can be assured of the right grip on the dance floor.
A steel shank is common in most shoes. This will provide you will better support for your feet. Added feet cushions are also helpful. Many ballroom shoes have straps to secure the feet. Check the straps to see if they cut into the skin too much. If
they do, move on to the next pair. Believe me, when you are uncomfortable dancing, it will show and this is something you should avoid.
Published on Apr 23, 2012
Even if the pair you are buying is more economical, it doesn’t mean you can go slack with regard to the material and construction of the sho...