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The sleek "Tic Tap Toe" lace up tap shoe is ideal for beginner tappers. Features a seamless side profile, soft PU upper, plush and absorbent brushed microfiber lining, a lightly padded footbed, Achilles pad for comfort, and a rubber sole patch. Comes with Capezio's popular Tele Tone taps.
I was so excited to get my new pair of tap shoes but got disappointed cause they run so large. I usually wear a street size 7 and the shoes are like a size and a half or two sizes bigger.
Thank you for taking the time to give us your feedback. We apologize for any inconvenience. Please note that suggested fitting for this shoe is : men order same as street, women order 1.5 sizes smaller.
We ordered a size 6.5 for a girl's wide foot that typically takes a size 8 street shoe. They fit for the entire dance year, though it was too snug at the recital to fit a pair of thin socks. Reordering now, in one size larger, hoping they will fit the entire year again.
So I got these for myself, and I discovered that this is men’s size. My foot is normally a little wide but I got a normal and it fit nicely, but lengthwise it was a little small. I recommend to go a half size bigger than what they recommend, and do a size M unless you are a man with huge feet... hope this helped
I can't speak to durability yet, but these fit my son perfectly and were a great alternative to the more expensive shoes for a beginner. I ordered his regular shoe size and it fits perfectly. 8.5 mens in street shoes equates to 8.5 mens in this shoe.
I ordered about a dozen pair of these for our upcoming musical production of Mary Poppins and luckily I was able to swap around and size down then then return and exchange for most because they all ran at least a size larger than street size for men.
I was so excited when these arrived at my door only o be disappointed that they were too big. I normally wear a 9.5 or 10, depending on what it is. I read the other review to order down, which is what I did but only by a little. Definitely order down but other than that the shoes sound nice and look very sturdy.
If you are a woman ordering this shoe, the size guideline is off. I ordered a size 7W for a student who wears a size 8 and has a very wide foot, however the 7W was way too big and instead fit another student of mine who wears a size 10. This is men's sizing and although I did not order for a man this time, I think, based on my experience as a long time dance teacher ordering dance shoes that they would be a a size too big even on men. Unfortunately, they do not carry them smaller than size 6, at least at this time.
If I wear a women's size 7 what size should I order in this shoe?
by: SH (07/08/2019 - Lafayette-la) Age: 40 to 49
Thank you for your question. For women's fitting we suggest ordering 1.5 sizes smaller than the "street size". For example a women's street size 7 would covert to size 5.5 in these tap shoes. Please remember actual fitting may vary. - DDS Customer Service (07/12/2019)
This tap shoe features 3 heel screws connecting the the heel tap to the shoe and 3 similar screws connecting to the toe tap. - Dancer Girl (08/24/2019)
You can start a return from the home page by clicking "Start a Return" in the upper right corner of the screen. From here you can print a return form and a prepaid return label. Please be advised a $5.95 fee will be charged for the label. - DDS Customer Service (10/18/2018)