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Alpha

Alpha

Bloch has created Alpha pointe shoes for the pre-professional and professional dancer only – in fact, they go so far as to warn students not to buy them! It’s unusual in having a 3/4 outsole with a full insole, which...

Signature

Signature

The Bloch Signature is designed for professionals and comes in two styles, Rehearsal and Performance.  The idea is that a professional dancer can wear the more durable Rehearsal version for class and practice, and switch to the Performance version for...

Sonata

Sonata

The Sonata pointe shoe features an amazing new TMT process which allows you to form the shoe to your foot without breaking it in.  Sounds incredible, but true! It’s a heat-activated system – you heat the shoe with a hairdryer...

Pavlowa

Pavlowa

Capezio’s Pavlowa pointe shoe has a long vamp by Capezio standards, and a longer heel.   The V-shaped throat offers extra support for the metatarsals, though I wouldn’t recommend them if you have bunions. These are great shoes if you have...

Gala

Gala

Prima Soft claims that their Gala pointe shoe suits a “multitude of feet” but personally, I would recommend it for Giselle feet only because of its square box.  The vamp is long and it accommodates a high volume foot.    A very...

Recital

Recital

The Sansha Recital has a couple of unusual features – a removable shank, and a “Whisper Toe” for quieter pointe work. They come with elastic already attached, although many people find it’s sewn in the wrong place. Best for a...

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