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Toddler "Dansoft" Leather Full Sole Ballet Shoes

Style No: S0205T


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Bloch's "Dansoft" is an ideal student ballet shoe with the elastic already attached and a full suede sole. It has a strong but flexible leather upper and a cotton lining.

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Fabric:

  • Leather

Suggested Fitting: Children order same to .5 size larger than street.
Available in sizes:
(child) 6.0-6.5 B,C,D,E (E only available in 6.5)

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

COMPANION STYLES


Adult "Dansoft" Leather Full Sole Ballet Shoes - S0205L
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child size available here - S0205G
$25.00
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  • ion     01/08/2013

    First dance shoe

    My toddler wears a size ten shoe. What size ballet slipper should I get. I know he's about to transition into child sizes and will be a 4 or 4 1/2 pretty soon, but this seems like more complex sizing.

    I would go a full size up. My daughter is wearing shoes in size 5.5-6. She is in between those sizes but getting closer to size 6. I ordered her first pair of ballet slippers in a size 6.5B, in case the slippers ran small and hoping to give her a little room to grow. They barely fit. I wish I would have gotten a size 7. I think they would have fit much better. She is going to wear them for now, but I think she will probably grow out of them within the next month or so. Go bigger, especially if he is on the verge of going up to the next size. - Littledancer (06/25/2014)

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  • Jennifer     09/27/2012

    what does the B,C, etc mean in the shoe sizing

    The B, C ,D etc are the width options for this shoe.The B width is narrow, C is narrow medium, D medium wide and E being wide.
    - DDS Customer Service (09/27/2012)

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