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Boy`s dancing shoes
At first glance, everyday and ballroom men’s shoes do not differ fundamentally, but this is nothing more than appearance. In the competitive life of the dancers noticed that the higher the result in the tournament, the more professional dance shoes for the performer. Moreover, even in the highest quality, elite everyday couple to show any decent result is impossible, and to practice technique in class, too, will not work.
The experience of many people proves it is necessary to buy men’s shoes for dancing, which come in several varieties:
- men’s dancing shoes for the standard, allowing confidently waltz, to sustain the fiery rhythm of the quickstep, hold a position in the foxtrot, to demonstrate the passion in the tango;
- men’s shoes for the Latin American program, which have fundamental differences from the shoes for the standard;
- jazz sneakers;
- universal shoes for training.
Distinctive features of men’s dancing shoes for the European program
The key differences between dance shoes for men and everyday shoes are several characteristics at once:
- Increased ability to bend, which guarantees the freedom of the foot position in the dance: from rigid fixation “in position” to a gentle slip or spin on the floor.
- Scientific research has assured this shoe has been studied to provide the best balance in dance.
- A shoe with the durability necessary for a long period of intensive use in competition and training.
- Creation of an optimum slip coefficient on parquet floors.
Features typical for men’s dancing shoes for tango, waltz, foxtrot and quickstep – dances of the European program.
Dancing boys shoes for men have a narrow purpose. Men’s dancing shoes for the European standard have a more rigid shape than dancing shoes for Latin, but they are order of magnitude “softer” than a regular pair of classical shoes.
Features of dance rhythm, steps and positions determine the ideal height for partner`s shoes – 2-2,5 cm – the height at which you can stride confidently to the podium, and a little harder than in Latina, footbed will allow to start with “heel”, as it should be in the standard.
Men’s dancing shoes standard and latin
Ballroom dance shoes have a narrow specialization. Dancing men’s shoes for the European program, belonging to the category of “standard”, made in accordance with the peculiarities of the dance Quickstep, Tango, Viennese Waltz, Slow Waltz and Slow Foxtrot. Poly shoes are made on a solid sole with a heel of 2-2.5 cm and have a rigid support, allowing you to start the dance “with a heel”, as it should be done in the European ball program.
Latino shoes are made on a split sole with a high heel and a short cushioning, 1 – 1.5 cm beyond the heel. These design features allow a free bending of the foot, typical for the figures of hastla, salsa, rumba, merengue, cha-cha-cha and other Latin American ballroom dances.