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Capezio's modern Full Body "FootUndeez" are breathable and comfortable. The full sole mesh stretch fabric with suede sole patches molds and moves with the foot. Half soles also feature added heel protection and arch support, and four-way stretch mesh nylon with Lycra. Wear FootUndeez Full Body for modern, contemporary lyrical and jazz dance.
Great foot support for lyrical or modern dance, however you should order a size up! These shoes run small. I am an adult shoe size 7, yet the corresponding size medium was too short causing the material in between the big toe and the second toe to cut off my circulation while dancing. I will have to re-order a size large now. Other than that, the shoes provide fantastic comfort, flexibility, beauty, and they don't slide off any part of the foot (as do other modern shoes).
I am an 8-8.5, and I needed the large. The shoe is very cute and comfortable, but the pads for the ball of the foot are not quite where they need to be to function as they should. I purchased them for belly dance, and they will work fine except for spinning. I feel they are fair quality for the price.
I am really happy with these. I've been wearing these for freestyle dancing on hardwood floors. I bought them because I had cracked skin on my feet from dancing barefoot. My feet are in great shape now that they're protected with these comfortable FootUndeez and I enjoy doing turns in them.
I used these for the show Peter Pan where I played an Indian which is a very dance heavy part. The first time I wore these they tore like a run in stockings. The second time the front toe pads started to tear off. After that they became too hard to dance in and I couldn't do it anymore. Mine was not the worst. Our TigerLilys elastic broke and multiple of our Indians toepads totally fell off making them completely unusable. I'm sure these are great products to dance on a polished floor but for a wooden stage they were absolutely nothing. Our production manager bought them in bulk and in my opinion was ripped off. I can also guarantee we never used them while we were on carpet. So if you want to take a chance on these go for it. I don't recommend them.
I got these for "Peter Pan" in which I played Tigerlily, which has a significant amount of dancing. Within the first dress rehearsal, the bottom pad on the ball of my foot had completely ripped off. The rest of the dancers in the show had this problem as well. Also, the first time I wore them, the elastic tore off. They are great for waxed floor or studio use, but I would not recommend using them if you are onstage. They were very comfortable and made turns a breeze, but I would recommend buying a suede shoe, as they tend to be much more durable.
I needed to look bare foot when I did children of eden and since I am male and with a wide foot, the regular sandals didn't help at all so I got these and I LOVE THEM. Holes did form in them in about two months but holes do form when you work your shoes hard.
A couple of girls at my studio, including myself, bought these shoes for a lyrical routine. It seemed that no matter what size we got, these shoes would cut the circulation off in our toes. Because of the tightness, the shoe would ride up past the ball of your foot; this made turning more difficult because you ended up turning on the pad of your own foot and not the shoe. After about 1-2 months of use, holes began to form in the mesh by the sole pads. These shoes do nicely conform to the foot and allow a lot of movement & breathing, but for the price, they aren't worth it.