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Adult Slide Buckle Tap Shoes - Style No T9200

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Adult Slide Buckle Tap Shoes

Style No: T9200

OUR PRICE:$20.75
RETAIL VALUE:$31.50 (Save 34%)

"Mary Jane" tap shoe has a man-made upper and features a non-skid rubber pad, a cushioned sock lining, and an Achilles pad for a comfortable fit. No-lip toe tap and heel taps attached by rivets. Also features a buckle strap with an adjustable slide buckle. No need to worry about ribbon ties coming undone during class with this durable strap in place. The black patent features a PVC upper while the other colors feature a matte PU upper.

Content:
Man-Made Materials


Child Slide Buckle Tap Shoes
Adult "TapRite" Molded Tap Slide Buckle Tap Shoes
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Suggested Fitting: Same as street.
Available in sizes: (adult) 4.0-10.0 M
Converting Child to Adult Sizes
First increase the child street shoe size by two. Then follow the suggested fitting for the adult shoe you are purchasing.
Child Street Size Adult Street Size
1.0 3.0
1.5 3.5
2.0 4.0
2.5 4.5
3.0 5.0
3.5 5.5
4.0 6.0
4.5 6.5


This information is shown as a guide only and not a guarantee.
Actual fitting may vary.

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  • Very narrow; toe tap seems in an odd pos

    by: Sundance1 - 02/08/2016

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    This is not a bad shoe for a beginning dancer. Intermediate and advanced tappers should choose a more durable, more flexible shoe. These shoes run extremely narrow. Some of my students with medium-width feet find them tight. If your student has a high, thick instep, or a C width or wider, these shoes will not fit well. The end of the shoe seems to curl up a little, making it difficult for some students to get a good tone in shuffles and flaps. I'd like the shoe better if the toe tap was either a little longer or situated differently on the toe of the shoe. Bottom line: good for beginning little kids, not so good for adults, teens, adolescents or more serious students.

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  • Cheap and Comfortable

    by: Tappatap - 03/10/2015

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    I wanted to try tap for my 30th birthday. I found these shoes, at a reasonable price and thought "hey if I dont like them, its only 20 bucks". My regular shoe size is 8-8.5, I saw that people said they run small so I ordered the 8.5 and they fit GREAT, super comfortable!

    Age: 30-39

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  • Too Narrow

    by: Jbean - 02/16/2015

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    I'm returning these tap shoes as they are way too narrow!

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  • First pair of tap shoes

    by: DAGP - 06/20/2014

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    This is my first pair of tap shoes and I did not want to spend a lot of money but I did want them to be pretty. These did the trick! They seem comfortable enough and they are a cute mary jane style. Not sure about how durable they will be as I just started wearing them. I sized up and I am glad I did.

    Age: 30-39

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  • Great economical tap shoe for beginners

    by: knittingdancer - 01/23/2014

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    I use them for teaching basic tap to little ones. The quality and comfort are so-so, but you get what you pay for. I am not a serious tap dancer, so I was just happy to find an affordable pair of tap shoes that I can teach in. The taps sound nice.

    Age: 22-29

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  • Very Quiet

    by: EmChef - 10/31/2012

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    The tap shoes did run small but I used them anyways. After a month of using them, they're still in great shape but I am having to buy a new pair anyways because they are much quieter than I needed and expected. I wish I would have spent the extra $10-$20 to get a pair with more solid taps.

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  • These shoes run very small.

    by: LauraD - 10/11/2012

    We never tested the durability of these shoes, as they run very small. The local dance store that we ended up buying from sold a size bigger to get them to fit. The "fit" tab on the product is misleading, as it says to order your normal size. Learn from our experience and go bigger!

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