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"Ensemble" Pointe Shoe

Style No: ENSEMx


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The "Ensemble" by Suffolk is made specifically for lower crowned feet and features a low profile made on a last that have been sculpted to create a contoured heel to prevent extra satin while en pointe. The sole pattern was designed to assist the dancer in achieving correct placement. Other features include a low vamp that is hand cut into the perfect U-shape. Available in standard and light shanks. Please specify when ordering. Ribbons not included.

Color: European Pink.

Content:
Satin/Man-Made Upper Leather Sole

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Suggested Fitting: Women order 2½ sizes smaller than street size


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  • Are these shoes good for strong feet?

    by: Courtney (11/01/2013) Age: 17 or under

    Since pointe shoes are so specific, we would highly recommend to be fitted for shoes before buying them. For strong feet, you are going to want to purchase a shoe with a harder shank.
    - DDS Customer Service (11/14/2013)

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  • What size would a women's size 6 be in the Suffolk ensemble pointe shoe ?

    by: Dance teacher (12/31/2012 - Pa) Age: 45 to 54

    Suggested Fitting: Women order 2? sizes smaller than street size
    - DDS Customer Service (01/03/2013)

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  • What size/width would I use in these shoes?

    by: Kate (12/23/2012) Age: 35 to 44

    I have a pair of Soloist Pro-strong size 7C shoes. They've gotten a little snug since I had my babies, so I'm thinking I need to go up a half size. What would I need in these?

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  • what would be the equivalent of a D width in a capezio?

    by: artistry721 (12/06/2012 - Vermilion, Oh, Usa) Age: 45 to 54

    The widths for this shoe starts at the narrowest to widest on this order N, XN, X, XXN, XX, XXXN, XXX
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  • please help me understand what does N,X,XN,XXN,XXX, mean? what doesd the X stands for and the N? tah

    by: starlight_fan (12/05/2012 - Northern California)

    The widths for this shoe starts at the narrowest to widest on this order N, XN, X, XXN, XX, XXXN, XXX
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  • Width Information

    by: Maddy (12/01/2012)

    I have had suffolk pointe shoes before and i know i'm a 6.5xxx, but the only one i can find in this side has an "N" after the x's. I don't exactly know what that means, could someone tell me? Thanks

    'N' means narrow. (you can have a narrow foot but still have a wide box. (wide box= thicker/less tapered toes and more balance) FYI, I work at DDS and fit countless people into their shoes each day I get called in for work :) so as far as experience, pretty close to expert....
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