|Fits as expected||
|Price:||$19.43 - $28.50|
- Leather upper
- Grip rubber sole and heel
- The toe shape allows the toes to spread in the demi-pointe position
- Fit and comfort
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Split-Sole leather jazz shoe is constructed on a foot forming, exclusive last for premium fit and comfort. The toe shape allows the toes to spread in the demi-pointe position and features strong upper Leather. Material: Leather.
- Shipping Weight: 4 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
- ASIN: B004XZSGHW
- Date first available at Amazon.com: May 25, 2006
- Average Customer Review:
Top Customer Reviews
I'd definitely order larger than street shoe. My normal street shoe is a 7 and I sent back these shoes to exchange for an 8. The 7s didn't even fit when I was standing!
A+ customer service though. Shipping was extremely fast. The approval for the return was very quick, came with a nice email asking if I wanted to return or exchange.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
not really what i expect they really hurted when i was dancing and when you dance you need to be comfterbal whle ur dancng not realy the best they also get messed up fastPublished 1 month ago by Leslie Malin
Love Bloch! Most comfortable dance shoes ever. No "breaking in" required.Published 2 months ago by Kathryn T.
Other reviews warned to get a larger size, which I did. They do fit. Haven't worn them dancing yet.
Good price point.
These are split sole jazz shoes with no built in support. They are comfortable for the dancing I need them for. I do usually end up adding an insole to improve comfort.Published 13 months ago by Amazon Customer
Great shoe for my jazz dance class. I wear a 9 but needed a size 10 which was exchanged immediately.Published 14 months ago by marge
These jazz shoes fit perfectly and feel perfectly. I used to do pirouttes in tap shoes, but now I am able to do them better with jazz shoes. Read morePublished 15 months ago by Christopher
Fit is perfect and it arrived very quick. Plus the packaging was very nicePublished 19 months ago by Omelien Peters