Women 19650 s Ballroom Dance Shoes Tango Wedding Salsa Shoes B075FR3455 5] Sera7017EB Comfortable-Very Fine 3" [Bundle of 5] 182a4d8
Synthetic suede sole You will RECEIVE the COMPLETE BUNDLE of FIVE (5) ITEMS of this listing - BUNDLE of DANCE SHOES, SHOE BRUSH, Exclusive Wholesale Gifts POUCH BAG [beware of copycat] to prevent brush scratches, carry-on SHOE BAG & DANCE SHOE FRESHENER to freshens your shoes. Check all of them upon receiving your order and notify us if incomplete. WHAT THE PRO DANCERS WEAR: Lightweight pair of dance shoes is a must for professional dancers. Dreaming of wearing the same type of shoes for your competition, ballroom, salsa, latin, cha cha, rumba, east coast swing, bolero, mambo, foxtrot, Viennese waltz, samba, paso doble, jive, quickstep, merengue, bachata, west coast swing, lindy hop, charlston, balboa, boogie-woogie, hustle, Argentine tango, nghtclub 2 step, line, party, weddings, social dancing or dance lessons? Now you can. BEAUTIFUL & AFFORDABLE: You will expect to pay more for this affordable modern, elegant, comfortable, feminine and stylish dance shoes, but because of the manufacturer's ingenuity, you don't have to. An awesome best gift or present for you, your love one or someone special. So comfortable that dancers, just like you, wear them for hour and hours of dancing. FEATURES: Quick release buckling (buckle & clip/hook), minimal shank for support & flexibility, cushioned insole for shock absorption & comfort with good grip; for dancing use only; tan satin is more orangy in color in comparison to image; 3\" heel image shown ORDER street shoe size (reference only; fitting not guaranteed); use of size chart above is not advisable; MEDIUM width ONLY, but others find this to have a WIDE width
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