Tagged: long vamp

Silhouette

Silhouette

The Prima Soft Silhouette is designed for a medium profile Greek foot.    The deep V-shaped vamp makes this a good shoe for high arches/high insteps as the steeply rising sides help prevent “overflow”. Medium graduated shank.

Sapfir

The Sapfir has a pleatless platform.  Dancers with low arches will appreciate the way the flexible shank hugs their arch and allows them to get over the box. This shoe is less tapered at the heel than some Russian models,...

B Morph

Bloch’s B Morph pointe shoe is designed for advanced students and dance professionals. It has a virtually unbreakable plastic insole, and Bloch’s fabulous thermal paste.  Breaking-in is as simple as softening the box with a hairdryer, and walking around the...

Serenade

Bloch’s Serenade pointe shoe has a strong shank and long vamp to prevent dancers with flexible feet and/or swayback legs falling over the box en pointe.  The wider platform is also good for dancers who are inclined to sickle.  It works...

Serene

The Bloch Serene pointe shoe is the Serenade with a ‘V’ shaped vamp.    Which one you choose is purely a matter of looks – many dancers think the V shape vamp is more flattering to the foot.  Otherwise, the shoes...

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...

Fuzi

Fuzi pointe shoes are designed by Chinese dancer and co-founder of the Kentucky Ballet Theatre, Xijun Fu and his wife Fang Li. Fuzi has two models, one with a full sole and one with a split sole.   They are both...

Harmonie

Harmonie’s first pointe shoe is the Melody, which is suited to a Giselle (square) foot.  It has a medium-strength 3/4 shank and a long vamp.  Features Harmonie’s “silent technology”.  

Aria

Capezio’s Aria pointe shoes have a “So Suede®” lining to prevent moisture absorption, to reduce odor and extend the life of the shoe. These shoes suit wide, square toes. If you used to wear the discontinued Plie 1 model, these...

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