Dance Class® Adult Split-sole Canvas And Spandex Ballet Shoe - On Sale

This pink canvas ballet has spandex arch insets and long elastic straps for a custom fit.The suede sole patches and drawstring tie make this the perfect practice shoe.Style: split sole,Brand: Dance Class,Model: TRMCB102,Color: Pink,Fabric: canvas,Fitting: Women order same as street shoe size. Half size feet may go up to the next full size for comfort fit. (The fitting information is shown as a guide only and not a guarantee. Actual fitting may vary.),Available Sizes: Ladies sizes: 5-11; widths: M,

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