Bloch Bloch Dance Women s 19185 Infinity Stretch Women Canvas Ballet Slipper/Shoe b11144f




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Imported
Suede sole
Shaft measures approximately low-top from arch
Innovative fibers within the canvas material stretch and recover always reflecting the natural shape of the foot
Soft, plush elastic on the top line replaces the need for an untidy drawstring and eliminates pressure on the top of dancer's foot
Sleek and streamlined look on the foot, pre-sewn crossed elastic to ensure secure fit

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