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This advanced full sole ballet shoe is constructed of lightweight, super soft, durable leather. Features include a cotton lining, a cotton drawstring, a suede sock liner, and an attached elastic strap.
I sell these to my students, as they are a great shoe for the price. I teach in an area which is very dusty and these shoes hold up!
Only two negatives are that the elastic isn't sewn on super tight, and that the sole isn't at all flattering, but that is what happens in a full-sole shoe. The drawstring helps.
Age:22 to 29 Fit: Runs large Comfort: Durability:
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My daughter wears a size 4 street shoe what size would she be in these shoes?
Thank you for your inquiry. You must first convert from child to adult size (please refer to the chart under sizing) and then follow the manufacturer recommended fitting of 2.5 sizes smaller than street shoe. - DDS Customer Service (10/18/2018)
What adult size would I purchase for my 10 yr old who has a shoe size of 5?
The suggested sizing for this shoe is 1 size smaller than your street shoe. If your daughter is an adult size 5, she then would order a size 4 in this shoe, however sizing is a suggestion not a guarentee. - DDS Customer Service (10/01/2012)