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Perfect for the dancer who has completed their basic pointe work training as well as the more experienced dancer. Freed's Classic Professional 90 Pointe Shoe is made with a platform that is angled to 90 degrees to position the dancer stability and centrally en pointe. Features Freed's Classic Pro Insole with a graduated design that is strong under the metatarsal and flexible under the heel. Also features a medium shank, an extra deep round cut vamp, a light wing block, a strong block and platform, low cut sides, and an elastic drawstring. Hand lasted by Freed of London pointe shoe makers with natural and biodegradable products. Ribbons not included.
i have a egyptian fit and my vamp is medium, i have been using the grishko pro 2007, do you think i can use this model for me?.. i have to change of pointe type because my fit is going a little wide.
While each pointe shoe fit is determined by the fit on the individual dancer, this shoe features Freed's Classic Pro Insole with a graduated design that is strong under the metatarsal and flexible under the heel. This shoe also has a medium shank, an extra deep round cut vamp, a light wing block, a strong block and platform, low cut sides, and an elastic drawstring. If you are use to a medium vamp, this may be a little different fit for you. The Grishko Pro 2007 has a more tapered box while this shoe may lend itself to a wider, more broad cut. - DDS Customer Service (07/06/2015)