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PUMA Women's Janine Dance Shoe
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- Rubber sole
- Low-cut dance shoe featuring smooth toe and signature Formstrip overlay in glossy finish
- Padded collar with mesh lining
- Traction pivoting sole
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Get your boogie on in Puma's Janine dance sneaker. This sporty offering in synthetic features a slim profile and a rubber sole for premium grip in the studio, while a lace-up closure promises a secure fit.
Get your boogie on in Puma's Janine dance sneaker. This sporty offering in synthetic features a slim profile and a rubber sole for premium grip in the studio, while a lace-up closure promises a secure fit.See all Product description
- Product Dimensions: 11 x 4 x 7 inches
- Shipping Weight: 3 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
- ASIN: B00750SIWU
- Item model number: JANINE D
- Date first available at Amazon.com: March 21, 2012
- Domestic Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. and to APO/FPO addresses. For APO/FPO shipments, please check with the manufacturer regarding warranty and support issues.
- International Shipping: This item is not eligible for international shipping. Learn More
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As a side note, there is a tag on the underside of the shoe tongue that will be itchy for dancers who don't normally wear socks.
For everyday wear they are cute and comfortable, however the arch support is very awkward. It almost just feels like you're stepping on a golf ball. But it may just be that my feet are flat, I'm not sure.
Yesterday I wore it to Zumba for the first time and boy was I sorry! I couldn't even finish the class my feet were hurting so bad. They slide wonderfully on the dance floor, but it just killed my feet! The top of my feet were hurting, my toes were hurting, my heels, everywhere! I tried loosening the shoes, I tried tightening them, nothing helped.
I DO NOT recommend Puma Janine shoes for Zumba. Maybe my feet are just sensitive, but I wouldn't take the risk.
I got them early because i figured being all leather i would have to really break them in. I have no intention of wearing these outside so i walked around my house in them, put on big socks, and tried to stretch them out. By Zumba time today, they were getting nice and comfortable so I took them for a try out. I did the warm up fine but there is not much going on. By the second song my feet were really hurting and i wasn't able to move more than i could in my tennis shoes. In fact, as the room became muggy it got worse on the not moving well part. It wasn't the bottom of my feet hurting ether, it was the top mostly around the toes. The shoes fit well until i guess you start to dance. Only one move i was able to perform better than in my tennis shoes.Tomorrow, is my Zumba tone class so i guess i will wear the shoes around my office with big socks on stretch them out some more and see how it goes. I really am disappointed with how these turned out. Based on the majority of the reviews i thought they would be better.