This shoe model is for shoesizes 35EU to 43EU. This model is in black, red, light pink or in tan colour. If you wish to order this shoe model in size or colour that we don’t currently have in stock then contact us!
For group orders (starting 10 pairs of shoes) a discount of 10% applies. If you wish to get a discount then contact us!
How to care for your shoe?
- Don’t wear these shoes outside!
- Brush the outer sole. If you don’t brush the shoes, dirt will work its way into the shoe and make it wear out more quickly. The shoe will also become hard and leathery – not ideal for dancing, and prone to slipping. The soles will need to be brushed after every dance class or performance. The instructions on how to brush your shoe soles can be found under the shoe brush product description.
- Use a heel protector. Heel protectors (also called heel guards) fit over the heel of any style of dance shoe and take the wear and tear that would otherwise eat away at your shoe.
For this shoe model, the Sansha universal sized shoe protectors are a good fit as well as the Flare Thick (Gala) or Flare Rounded (Gala) shoe protector model.
How to choose the correct sized shoe?
We recommend picking a size larger shoe from the size of your street shoes.
Sansha size 8 – EU size 38 – insole length 24.3cm
Sansha size 9 – EU size 39.9 – insole length 24.3cm
Sansha size 10 – EU size 40 – insole length 25.2cm
Sansha size 11 – EU size 40.5 – insole length 25.6cm
If you aren’t able to come to try on the shoe then send us your foot measurements and we can find the correct sized dance shoe for you! Write to us on Facebook Messenger or by filling up the contact form.
Measuring your foot:
Stand on the piece of A4 paper (if possible, make these measurements in the evening). Stand straight and ask somebody to draw the contour of your foot, the pencil must be held under an angle of 90° (perpendicularly). Then make three measurements – the length of the foot (the length from the heel to the big toe of the feet), the circumference and the width of the feet must be taken through the most two prominent lateral points of the feet (as it is shown on the picture below).
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