Our jazz shoes cater to your ability from children’s jazz shoes to split sole jazz shoes for more experienced dancers. They’re soft and supple so you can point your toe, and come in popular colors like black and tan. Bloch’s revolutionary Neo-Flex jazz shoes use stretch neoprene inserts on the arches for enhanced flexibility. Rubber sole jazz shoes help you grip in jazz and street dance, or choose a pair of jazz dance sneakers for a more sporty effect. Suede sole jazz shoes can be used for contemporary dance and even ballroom, latin or salsa rehearsals. Choose your favourite fabric from canvas, leather, mesh, and synthetic stretch fabrics, which mould to the shape of your foot for optimum comfort. Selecting a slight 1” heel on your jazz shoes instead of flat soles - particularly for teaching - can relieve pressure from the balls of your feet. The style of shoe is truly up to you depending on whether you prefer slip-on or lace-up jazz shoes.
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    Move Leather Split Sole Jazz shoe
    Black
 

    WAS 31,50€
    NOW 28,35€
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    Capezio Strazz Stretch Jazz Ankle Boot*
    Black
 

    WAS 26,20€
    NOW 13,10€



      Our jazz shoes cater to your ability from children’s jazz shoes to split sole jazz shoes for more experienced dancers. They’re soft and supple so you can point your toe, and come in popular colors like black and tan. Bloch’s revolutionary Neo-Flex jazz shoes use stretch neoprene inserts on the arches for enhanced flexibility. Rubber sole jazz shoes help you grip in jazz and street dance, or choose a pair of jazz dance sneakers for a more sporty effect. Suede sole jazz shoes can be used for contemporary dance and even ballroom, latin or salsa rehearsals. Choose your favourite fabric from canvas, leather, mesh, and synthetic stretch fabrics, which mould to the shape of your foot for optimum comfort. Selecting a slight 1” heel on your jazz shoes instead of flat soles - particularly for teaching - can relieve pressure from the balls of your feet. The style of shoe is truly up to you depending on whether you prefer slip-on or lace-up jazz shoes.