Forum: Irish / Irish

Dance sneakers that are not too "bukly"?
By irishsaoirsemember has saluted, click to view salute photos
On Tue Mar 11, 2014 04:13 PM

I am trying to figure out what kind of dancesneakers would be the best.

I have now one from Roch valley, they fit good,just the sole is kind of high, and it fells quite bulky to dance in them. I am affraid to twist my ankle in them. I also had Capezio web, i liked them better, but they are too narrow and also not really good for my high arches (nearly didnt manage to tie the laces)

Could anyone advice something ? I need them to practice especially heavy dances (also in class), dont wanna wear them all the time, but from time to time I have to

Thanks for the help :)

1 Replies to Dance sneakers that are not too "bukly"?

re: Dance sneakers that are not too "bukly"?
By seannettaPremium member
On Wed Mar 12, 2014 09:56 AM
I have the Capezio "slip jag" sneakers, style PP15, and I love them. They don't offer as much support as a bulkier sneaker, but they are streamlined and allow for full articulation of the foot. They're more like a jazz shoe. Here's a link to what they look like:

www.dancewear365.com . . .

ReplySendWatch

Powered by XP Experience Server.
Copyright ©1999-2019 XP.COM, LLC. All Rights Reserved.
XL
LG
MD
SM
XS
XL
LG
MD
SM
XS