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re: The Ultimate how to break in your shoes post
By irishprincess24member has saluted, click to view salute photos Comments: 52, member since Sun Sep 02, 2012
On Wed Sep 05, 2012 11:46 PM
wow... super helpful!! it also helps to do hop 2 3s and hop hop back hop back 2 3 4s too :)
re: The Ultimate how to break in your shoes post
By Riverdance2007 Comments: 12, member since Wed Aug 05, 2009
On Thu Oct 11, 2012 04:12 AM
You can also try bending them where you want them and sticking them under your mattress while you sleep.
re: The Ultimate how to break in your shoes post
By Charlotte2305 Comments: 26, member since Sun Jul 22, 2012
On Sat Oct 27, 2012 06:32 PM
Great tips! New heavies needed soon ! I've used horse saddle softener in the past
re: The Ultimate how to break in your shoes post
By kimmierosePremium member Comments: 66, member since Sun Jan 15, 2012
On Mon Nov 25, 2013 04:06 AM
We use the wet sock method. It helps stretch the shoes and mold them to your dancers feet. I never bend shoes and rubber band them, it breaks down the wrong part of the sole. The best way is the old fashioned way, patience and blisters.
re: The Ultimate how to break in your shoes post
By danseire Comments: 17, member since Fri Jun 22, 2012
On Mon Nov 25, 2013 12:14 PM
I have horses and have worked at a saddle shop. I do not recommend dipping in water - it will rot the stitching and the seams in the heel and and vamp will part. My daughter uses Lexol - a saddle product available at tack shops and many leather goods stores. Use it inside and out, then wear the shoes with blister booties.
re: The Ultimate how to break in your shoes post
By JigEnPointemember has saluted, click to view salute photos Comments: 855, member since Mon Jan 23, 2012
On Fri Jan 24, 2014 09:04 AM
I just break hard shoes in the same way I break in my pointes. :P
re: The Ultimate how to break in your shoes post
By leannescullion Comments: 13, member since Thu Aug 12, 2010
On Thu May 01, 2014 03:46 AM
What are the styles of Irish now ? Haven't done it in years just wondering if it's changed at all?
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