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Adjustment-free ballet shoes fit perfectly on the foot and offer all the support you need to nail your class or performance. Shoes feature 4-way stretch fabric, flatlock seaming for added comfort, attached crisscross elastic straps, and a lightweight moisture-wicking lining.
Out of all of the ballet flats I've had, these are by far the best! Having to tuck in strings bothers me a lot, and these are perfect because they don't have them. The fabric is incredibly soft. The soles are durable and provide just the right amount of traction. The elastics also stay pretty well. I am a size 8.5-9 and I ordered 6.5. They fit perfect and comfortably.
Maybe the best stretch ballet slippers I ever have
by: Ballet walker - 06/24/2019
Fit: Runs large
First time to try the Angelo Luzio brand ballet slippers, and they are absolutely amazing. I have almost every popular model of the stretch canvas ballet slippers from the market including Capezio, Bloch, So Danca, etc. The 248A is the lightest and softest among all of them. It is pretty easy to pull on and start to dance on the floor based on the stretch fabric design. The size runs large so you need at least one size down from the street shoe size and a narrow fit for a medium foot. I will give a question mark on the durability since they are light weight but anyway ballet slippers are always get dirty and holes.