Bloch Dance Women’s Annabella Ballroom Shoe,Black,7.5 X(Medium) US
Bloch Dance Women's Annabella Ballroom Shoe,Black,7.5 X(Medium) US
- Soft and strong leather upper with covered leather heel
- Light and functional practice shoe designed for the social dancer, students and teaching professionals
- Low wide heel offers stability and also makes this a great shoe for dance styles like swing
- Cushioned insole and flexible outsole make this a comfortable shoe that moves with the foot
- Suede outsole, perfect for turns and slides
Annabella Balllrom shoe by BLOCH. With a low, 1.5 inch wide heel, padded insole and self-locking buckle, this shoe is perfect for long hours of dancing on many types of floor. The suede sole is flexible and supportive for a greater range of movement. Flared heel with wide heel base for support, stability and comfort. Adjustable strap can be worn as ankle or instep strap, self locking buckle and cushioned insole.
Bloch Dance Women's Annabella Ballroom Shoe,Black,7.5 X(Medium) US, Bloch Dance
|Current Price||$93.90||September 11, 2018|
|Highest Price||$93.90||September 11, 2018|
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