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Sansha Pro 1 Canvas Ballet Slipper,Light Pink,15 W ‫(13 W US Women's/11 W US Men's)
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Sansha Pro 1 Canvas Ballet Slipper,Light Pink,15 W ‫(13 W US Women's/11 W US Men's)

بواسطة  سانشا، أحذية رياضية -  176 تقييم

79.97 ريـال 

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    المواصفات

    العلامة التجارية
    سانشا
    اللون
    زهري فاتح
    الحجم
    15 W (13 W US Women's/11 W US Men's)
    المجموعة المستهدفة
    للجنسين
    العلامة التجارية
    سانشا
    اللون
    زهري فاتح
    الحجم
    15 W (13 W US Women's/11 W US Men's)
    المجموعة المستهدفة
    للجنسين
    الرقم المميز للسلعة
    2724481075743
    ASIN
    B003VWC6Z6
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  • Seller removed elastics?
    بواسطة Heather Cameron-Johnson في 01 September 2016

    I adore these ballet slippers. I've been wearing them for over half my life, first as a dancer, and now as a teacher. Never once in the 20+ years I've been wearing these shoes have they arrived with no elastics. They usually have two lengths of elastic attached at the back of the heel so you can criss-cross them and sew them to the correct length and placement near the arch of your foot. This is the first time I've ever purchased anything from Dance Shoe Deals, and I think it will be the last. The elastics on my shoes were removed, and the stitching on the inside of the heel has clearly been tampered with. I happen to prefer wearing Sansha's flesh colored shoes, so even though I went out and bought the right type of elastic, the color doesn't match. I could remove some from my old shoes, but I like to sew my next pair and have them ready to go before my old shoes are worn out. I break in the new shoes in spurts, and continue to have my old, comfy shoes available until the holes get to be too much of a problem. I can't do that if I remove the elastics of my current shoes for the new ones.

    There's a sticker on the front of the packaging of my shoes that says "free key ring inside." That wasn't inside either. I don't care about having the key ring, but the fact that it wasn't inside my shoe package lends further credence to my belief that the seller opened the package and tampered with its contents. I ordered my shoes almost three months ago and am just now getting around to sewing them, otherwise I would return mine and reorder from a seller I trust. If your shoes don't arrive with elastics, just know that they should!

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  • My Favourite Model of Canvas Slipper - Just Know Your Size Before Ordering
    بواسطة C.B. في 07 April 2013

    General consensus, whether it's online or at the barre, seems to be that the Sansha Pro split sole ballet slippers are the favourites of most dancers. I decided to give them a try - and found out that they truly held up to their reputation, so long as size is pre-determined.

    I would recommend that a shoe 1.5 sizes larger than the dancer's street shoes be selected. If between sizes, order one size up and shrink in the washing machine and dryer if necessary.

    Following other recommendations to size 2 sizes up from street size, I ordered a 12 M. For reference, I am a size 10 women's with a very narrow ankle. I found the size I ordered to fit quite loosely, especially through the arch and heel. Adjusting the drawstring to tighten the shoe only caused the back of the slipper to rub against the back of my heel, causing a very minor blister. However, considering that the product is made out of a canvas material, I would try shrinking these shoes with hot water and a hot dryer if they are too large.

    Traditionally, I've preferred to use leather slippers (last longer, show less wear, less prone to absorb sweat), so the leap to canvas was a bit bizarre for me. However, I enjoyed having a lightweight, breathable ballet slipper. As opposed to leather slippers, which trap humidity inside of the shoe, the canvas fabric allows the foot to breathe. I also found that they didn't wear out particularly fast. Rather, the longevity of canvas was quite similar to that of leather slippers.

    The split-sole is a feature which I think should be common to all dance shoes, regardless of the dancer's age or ability. It is far easier to achieve a fully pointed foot and to be conscious of the position of the arches in a split-sole shoe. The split-sole offers less stability for younger/less experienced dancers, but ultimately allows for a greater strengthening of the foot.

    Elastics are firmly attached near the heel of the slipper, and cross over the top of the shoe to be sewn in place where desired. Typically, the elastics should be sewn at the highest point of the arch. This provides the dancer with the greatest stability and support possible from the shoe. Use a pencil to mark the placement of the elastics while the slipper is on the dancer's foot. A sewing machine, or needle and thread in a light colour, may be used to attach the elastics to the shoe.

    Ultimately, the Sansha Pros provide a beautiful, supportive slipper to dancers of all abilities. The shoes are high-quality and durable, with a well-constructed shape. Please get sized before you purchase, if at all possible. If not, size up 1.5 sizes.

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  • These are good quality shoes
    بواسطة Josh في 18 March 2018

    I used to buy these all the time when I was younger. I decided to try these out again, and they don;t fit as well as they used too. They are snug in the heel, but very baggy in the toe. It's not that they are too long, but the the toe is wide, while the heel is narrow if that makes sense? These are good quality shoes, they just aren't shaped like they used to be, which is a tad disappointing. If you have a wider toe region, and slender heel, these will totally work for you!

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  • Perfect!!!
    بواسطة LawGeek في 28 June 2016

    I travel and fly a LOT. I can't live without ballet slippers. I pack them in my carry on for the plane (that's not water on the bathroom floor, ya'll) for the long-haul flights, and I have a separate pair that I put in my luggage for the hotel. They are the perfect hotel shoe, I seriously have to have them. I also love the black ones because they don't show dirt. I also throw them right in the washing machine with the rest of my stuff when I get home. These ones are perfect -- I have bought the Sansha brand before, I do find that they run a little small and for these purposes I order up a size. Definitely worth the money!!!

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  • I really don't like these ballet slippers
    بواسطة Pirouette في 10 September 2018

    I really don't like these ballet slippers. I've tried a lot of different kinds, from Bloch Elastosplits to Capezio Cobra to So Dancas, and this is the only one that really just isn't good. There are so few things I need from my ballet slippers! (1) The size should be predictable - apparently Sansha thought it would be fun to randomly invent their own system? (2) The fabric should be ballet slipper fabric - these were okay, but a little plasticky and weird-feeling (3) The shoes should be comfortable - which these are not. The lining isn't sewn down very well, and there's a bunch of random fabric in the toes which bunches up and feels really annoying.

    If you have only tried these ballet slippers I strongly suggest you go to the dance store and try a few other pairs on - literally anything else. These are just weird and not good in so many different ways. I wore mine for one day and threw them away. I didn't realize it was possible to subtly mess up ballet slippers in so many ways - literally every other brand I've tried has been fine.

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