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When man starts learning Tango, the last thing he thinks about is the shoes. During the first few lessons, he can generally get away with dancing in regular shoes or in socks, though, men are less likely to take their shoes off because of potential foot odor issues.

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Of course if the shoes are made of rubber and cling to the floor, the typical male will merely lift his feet a bit of the ground. While this works, it is not conducive to smooth tango walking. Interestingly not all rubber bottom shoes stick to the ground as some do allow sliding and pivots albeit with a bit more effort and a bit more impact on the knees.

For older individuals, men with with knee problems, and anyone wanting maximum pivot and with minium effort like the kind requried for more advanced moves like back sacadas and enrosques, specialized tango shoes are a must.

Men's Tango shoes are quite different from regular street shoes. Some dancers prefer split leather soles though I found them harder to take care of and unforgiving if you usen them on the street. They are also more problematic if you get them wet by walking on spilt liquid on the dance floor.

About Florentino Guizar Isabelle over the last ten years of dancing, I dance in about 10 different pairs of shoesfrom makers such as Neo Tango, Jorge Nel Designs, and of course, Darcos Tango Shoes. I purchased my first two pairs from ballroom shoe retailers. Big mistake! The first was paper thin as I was regularly feeling the pain of my heel hitting my foot. The second pair had no arch support and caused me some down time when my arches started hurting after dancing more than a couple of hours. Both were split leather and my feet would grind to a halt when I hit a bit of water on the dance floor. I also modified one of my dressy Italian shoes and used them for a while tough they were very heavy and my feet tired.

I started buying lighter Tango shoes not made in Argentina but I found that they wore out within a year or so and suffered CSF (catostrophic shoe failure) when the heel came off the shoe. About six years ago, I received some nice Tango shoes as a gift and used them so much I wore out the heels which a shoe clobber replace for me. Good as new!

Since then I have been buying better quality shoes, mostly black with one or two brown two tone shoes. I normally take only one pair to dance but if I am performing I will take two pairs. I currently own only three pairs of shoes, two of which should be retired as they have stretched too much to provide a solid connection with the floor.

Shoes always do more than protect us from the floor. They are, as we say, oversignified. Shoes are always part of our fashion expression, and we know they may communicate class status. In addition to these dimensions, fellow dancers regard our shoes with great care, assessing our experience and prowess from the choices we have made and the wear we have put on them.

The only truly important technical issue for your shoes is that they have a sole appropriate for the surface you are dancing on. If your shoes are too sticky, you risk damage to your knees. If your shoes are too slippery you will feel nervous all night.

If you experiment, you will find that there are lots of shoes with non-leather/non-suede soles which do fine on most of the dance floors you frequent. If you are like me and crew TangoForge, the tendency is that you realize that one pair of treet shoes has become one of your favorite dance shoes, so you give them an upgrade, wash the streetdirt from the soles, stop wearing them outside and start carrying them in a shoe bag like an official tango shoe.

If you like to wear stilettos, you may find that tango tests the quality of stitching and glue used to hold the uppers to the sole. My stiletto shoe-bags are each equipped with a pair of colorful ribbons matching the shoe to secure it in case of malfunction.

I recommend buying used shoes at second-hand stores until you find the right kind of shoes for your feet and your way of dancing. Trying different options from the thrift store enables you to experiment at low cost.

But this does not mean that I recommend common dance practice shoes as the alternative. These tend to be lace-up sneakers which look dreadful with skirts. The only non-sneaker practice shoe for women is the DNI baby-doll, but unfortunately they look like rainboots.

For those women who do love to wear high heels, I think you can find more beautiful shoes and far superior customer service at fine department stores, boutique shoe stores, and local artisan shoemakers.

Two things make tango heels tend to be unattractive. The first is the use of standard prefab heels, rather than heels designed as part of a shoe, or for a seasonal line. The second is design by recombinations of modular toe and heel sections in different colors and fabrics, rather than fashion design. See my post on Comme Il Faut shoes. An exception to this practice in Buenos Aires is VB Tango Shoes.

DNI shoes are made in Argentina with objective of creating durable, comfortable, as well as fashionable and stylish product. All components, from leathers to buckles and laces are high quality products. Each piece of leather is hand-selected and inspected to ensure that only the best cuts are used. For comfort and breathability lining is made of calf skin using the finest tight stitching to avoid rubbing on the foot. Each design is approved by Dana Frigoli and produced in small quantities by shoe manufacturers who have more than 35 years of experience in making dance shoes specifically designed for tango dancers. Half-sizes are available.

Lara shoes are made in Argentina. They are distinguished by their extraordinary durability and stability. The designs include a wide variety of styles, from modern to modern classics and all time favorites, but all with a distinct Lara signature.

We sell authentic tango shoes (usually from authentic argentine leather) for the very best quality and the authentic feel and fit of the real thing. Do not confuse these shoes with cheap knock off made with artificail suede soles. All prices quoted on this website are in US$ dollars. Payment options are, however, available in other currencies.

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Dance is just like a sport. You need to have the correct equipment to do well, and let your feet do the talking. The right pair of dance shoes can make a huge difference in your dance studio experience and even if you are a social dancer or a performer, the shoes make a lot of difference.

There are different shoes for different dance forms. American rhythm, Latin, Standard (Ballroom), American Smooth, Jazz, Tap dance or ballet- the usage decides the style that you should pick up. For example- Latin shoes usually have open toes and higher heels. Open toes because the height of the heel places the weight forward onto the ball of the foot, and sole of the shoe is flexible enough to point the foot while making sharp movements and turns.

Color and material of the shoe could help you express your personal style. Usually, bronze, tan or flesh colored leather shoes are the first choice for practice. Canvas or leather shoes are a good start. Patent leather shoes are ubiquitous in competitions as they look really sharp. Male dancers often go for combinations of suede and leather too. These Calf Skin leather Black shoes with suede top lift add personality into dance and guys definitely don't want to be left out in that department!

Proper fitting of your dance shoes is critical, and for that sizing is essential. Too big, and your footwork will suffer, and too small they would pinch and blister, making your dance lessons a painful experience. The general rule of thumb is to "go down a size from your regular shoes." The shoes shouldn't have any wiggle room once correctly laced up, but at the same time, they should be snug and not painful.

With prices ranging from $60- $250, any dancer would want to shop for dance shoes that last and also support long hours spent at dance lessons. The variations in the prices are mainly because of the difference in the quality and type of material used as well as how well the shoes have been crafted. Remember, you can't go too cheap, and you get what you pay for when it comes to picking up the right dance shoes.

Thanks to the popularity of Ballroom Dance TV Shows awareness about various dance forms like Waltz, Tango, Viennese Waltz, Foxtrot, Quickstep, Samba, Cha-Cha-Cha, Rumba, Paso Doble, Jive, Salsa has increased manifold. As a result, there are so many styles, fits, and options for dance shoes. With increased awareness, the demand for better design has gone up too. Most dancers prefer a balance of form and function when it comes to picking up the perfect pair.

As you might have guessed, tango shoes are essential for anyone looking to dance Argentine tango. And what better place to snag your own pair than in Buenos Aires? As the birthplace of the tango, you can be sure that there are a slew of original handmade shoes to be found and danced in. Styles vary from store to store, but you can be sure to find quality, and that is what makes all the difference.

If you prefer a modern and edgy appearance to your footwear then look no further than DNI Tango. Both a dance school and a shoe store, DNI sells an excellent selection of fun and comfortable tango shoes for practicing and for milongas.

You can expect a great improvement in your dancing upon owning a quality pair of tango shoes. The fine craftsmanship often ensures that they feel much more comfortable than your typical pair of heels. As comfortable as they are, style is never sacrificed. A good tango shoe is the perfect blend of style and comfort, and makes you feel light on your feet. 041b061a72




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