7819BW-1 – Ladies White and Black Leather Flat Saddle Dance Shoes With Dual Pivot Spin Spots


Code: 7819BW-1

Dance Fever’s exclusive range of Ladies, Premium, Spin Spot Dance Shoes.

With  latest and most innovative technology, we are delighted to introduce our game changing Spin Spot dance shoe range. Studio to Street Dance shoes.

Please refer to our size chart prior to purchase

The Swing saddle is back!

This is the perfect pair for every types of dancing especially swing and Rock and Roll!

Flat cushioned slippery rubber sole enables you to dance on all type of surface

Boasting raised Dual Pivot Points (Spin Spots) on both the ball of your foot and heel, which will increase your spin ability whilst reducing torque on your knee’s and ankles.

The ultra flexible rubber sole, with Impact Absorbing, Cushioned, Memory Foam insole enables you to dance with maximum balance on all types of surfaces for longer without surface restrictions. Take your dancing from the studio to the street.

Hand crafted with carefully selected premium, super, soft leather upper and inner.

Elasticated Binding along the top line to encase your foot for a secure fit.

Super lightweight for fast movement, reducing foot fatigue and tenderness.

Bonus thick memory foam inner sole for maximum comfort

Please note:

Due to the many different variations in shoe sizes from brand to brand it is best to make your shoe selection based on your actual foot measurement.

If your foot measurement is between length sizes, it’s best to select the longer size shoes.

Full size shoes cater for regular width foot. Half sizes cater better for a wider foot.

How To Correctly Measure Your Foot Length:

Place your foot on a piece of paper on a hard flat surface.

With a pencil or pen draw around your foot keeping the pencil/pen at 90 degrees.

Take the piece of paper and measure from the center of your longest toe to the center of the heel.

This measurement will be your shoe length.

Repeat this process for your other foot.

When you measure your feet you may find one foot is longer than the other, and this is quite normal. Use the larger size foot when making your shoe size selection from the size options above.