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Women's Dance Shoes

Whether you're looking for a classic pair of pointe shoes for ballet dancing or a jazzy new pair of shoes for your next ballroom dancing lesson, this collection is sure to have what you need. Whatever type of women's dance shoes you're looking for it's essential to ensure you pick a pair with the perfect fit as well as shoes that offer the right level of support for your feet.

Often it's not just a case of considering what type of dance you will be doing, but also what type of floor you will be dancing on. Sometimes this will differ between a classroom environment and the area you will use for practising, so it may even be necessary to have more than one pair of dance shoes to hand.

Salsa in style with our ranges that are specifically designed for Latin American dancing, or tango the night away with our extensive collection of footwear created for this unique dance.

How to Choose the Right Dance Shoes

Ballet and jazz shoes are some of the most commonly purchased types of dance shoes by women of all ages, particularly as adult ballet becomes an increasingly popular exercise choice. Made even more popular by many world renowned models and actresses taking ballet lessons, this has lead to a growing availability of ballet shoes in different styles and designs.

From soft traditional ballet shoes in flat and snug fitting designs that are typically made from canvas, satin or leather to high quality pointe shoes that must be made with the correct support in place to avoid damaging your feet, we stock an extensive range of ballet dancing shoes in all sizes.

Our collection also includes specialist tap shoes in a range of colours and materials, as well as dance trainers that feature reinforced rubber for extra support, and jazz shoes with single and two part soles.

For ballroom dancers, you need look no further to find shoes that are tailored to your type of dancing. Low heeled classical ballroom shoes that allow for even distribution of pressure on the soles of the feet are a popular choice, or for more experienced and confident ballroom dancers we have a variety of Latin American styles that feature higher heels. All of these are available in colours from brighter shades and embellished or glittery styles right through to more subtle neutrals and black designs.

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