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The Entrechat canvas ballet shoe features a canvas upper, long-lasting leather split sole, double strength sole stitching, foam protection heel padding, and attached elastics. See sizing tab for important fitting suggestions.
I have been ordering these for my students based on previous reviews and inexpensive cost. I recently bought them for myself and I do not find them comfortable at all. If you are not used to good quality shoes, these are ok, but if you're used to top quality, these feel incredibly cheap. They hold up well for the students but as a teacher who wears them 6+ hours a day, 5 days a week, they won't last. I also do not care for the pre-sewn elastic as it is too tight for my foot.
We ordered these for our daughter and went by the operator's suggested shoe size, which is on the size chart. They fit perfect plus she has enjoyed wearing them in class. You will need to sew the elastic to the shoe after you have purchased them, which was fine with us as we could fit the elastic to her foot.
by: Mrs. Nick (01/02/2014 - New Orleans, La, Usa) Age: 25 to 34
My 9yr old daughter is in a size 7 shoe (kids/jr). Most kids shoes stop at 6/6.5 and In the regular store this is the same size in women. Because she is in the middle I am not sure which show size I am supposed to buy her. Please help, I will also be buying tap shoes.
Please contact Customer Service for assistance in sizing your daughter for shoes. - DDS Customer Service (01/03/2014)
i am a female, and for the shoes before adding to cart, you have to choose wither "M" , "N" , or "W" , what is that for?
The "M", "N", and "W" refer to the width of the shoe. "M" is medium, "N" is narrow, and "W" is wide. If you don't wear a narrow or wide street shoe we typically recommend sticking with a medium width. - DDS Customer Service (09/03/2013)