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Combining your favorite Bloch features from the popular "Synchrony" and "Zenith" shoes, the "Infinity Stretch" is a stretch canvas ballet slipper with a streamlined design that accentuates the foot while being incredibly comfortable. Ballet shoes feature innovative fibers that quickly recover during movement, a soft, plush elastic on the top line, attached elastic straps, and a wider outsole that supports natural spreading of the toes.
I've been wearing the Bloch Zenith for years. These shoes have all the great things about the Zenith, stretch, comfort, foot and arch conforming, and more. I love that there is no drawstring and the padding under the ball of the foot is really comfortable and helps to balance.
Unfortunately, they fell apart pretty quickly. I bought these shoes in June, wore them occasionally over the summer then started teaching in them in September. Some of the stitching started coming undone pretty quickly, then the lining came out of the front of one shoe and finally the canvas has pulled away from the sole leaving a large hole under the toes.
I loved these shoes at first, but disappointed that they fell apart so quickly. Not sure if it was a defective shoe or flaw in design
The sizing instructions say to order 1.5 to 2 sizes smaller than street shoes. I did this. The shoes I received are about 2 inches shorter than my feet! Way, way, way too small! Wrong instructions and now the hassle to return them. No happy.