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  1. How to Choose the How to Choose the Best Ballroom Dance Best Ballroom Dance Shoes Shoes

  2. Ballroom dancing is a popular form of 'couple-dancing' in a variety of style in social gatherings. The shoes used for this dancing comes with extra features. You cannot buy them just like your regular shoes. Never mind! You are getting them for your annual ballroom dancing competition or just for practicing at home. But before purchasing ballroom dance shoes, you must make certain considerations which will only to help you giving a smooth performance in all room dance competition.

  3. Never buy rubber sole because it tends to slip when you will do the twisting, turning. You might hurt you by wearing a rubber ballroom dance shoe. Leather sole shoes are better for ballroom dancing. Go for leather with a suede finish, they will allow you to move easily without making it slippery. The other important features are weight and support. The dance shoes should be lightweight. Ideally, it should be less than one ounce. The steel shank usually found in ladies dance shoes is just for a firm support • •

  4. Ballroom dance shoes have to perform many roles together, right from supporting your feet during the dance moves to making you comfortable in performance. They must make you feel comfortable to conduct the performance well. They must add beauty to your dance steps; they should be aesthetically designed to enhance the lines of your legs and feet. They should be closely fitted to your shoes. It should not look like an extra inch in our toe. If this happens, you will subconsciously try to move around the shoes for better fit, it will not only affect your dance steps but it may cause those blisters to form which make it painful for you to walk. •

  5. Generally, it is said that you should buy shoes which should be slightly smaller to your everyday footwear. For ballroom dancing, prefer shoes which come with laces for better grip. This will give you confidence and protect them from injury. If you are wearing pump shoes, then go for those with elastics on top. In some shoes cushioning is done for better comfort. •

  6. Ballroom dance shoes have to perform many roles together, right from supporting your feet during the dance moves to making you comfortable in performance. They must make you feel comfortable to conduct the performance well. They must add beauty to your dance steps; they should be aesthetically designed to enhance the lines of your legs and feet. They should be closely fitted to your shoes. It should not look like an extra inch in our toe. If this happens, you will subconsciously try to move around the shoes for better fit, it will not only affect your dance steps but it may cause those blisters to form which make it painful for you to walk. •

  7.  Pricing is an important consideration  Ultimately, the design and the materials used in a shoe are determined by the price. You must be careful about the price of the dance shoes you are buying as the price is a big indicator of quality. Compromising on the price will not get you a good pair of shoes. As the saying goes you get what you pay for perfectly fits here.  Check the finishing  You must examine the stitching of the shoe, is it done intricately? Make sure the stitches are evenly done and in small in size. Make sure the glue has been dissolved well and they are not easily visible. Take the shoes in hand and touch the upper side of the shoes with your fingers. There should not be any hardness in the edges of the shoes. Otherwise, this will cause blistering in the ankle areas. Inspect the same manner the inner side of the shoes

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