ADS Japan Paolo Bosco Men's Ballroom Shoes
ADS Japan Paolo Bosco Men's Ballroom Shoes
ADS Japan Paolo Bosco Men's Ballroom Shoes
ADS Japan Paolo Bosco Men's Ballroom Shoes
ADS Japan Paolo Bosco Men's Ballroom Shoes
ADS Japan Paolo Bosco Men's Ballroom Shoes
ADS Japan Paolo Bosco Men's Ballroom Shoes
ADS Japan Paolo Bosco Men's Ballroom Shoes
EdanSe Company

ADS Japan Paolo Bosco Men's Ballroom Shoes

Regular price $149.00 $0.00
Tax included.

These Ballroom shoes, made by ADS Japan, are one of a kind! These shoes were designed by former world champion Paolo Bosco, who wanted to have shoes that could highlight flexibility for ballroom dancers. These split sole ballroom shoes do just that!

 

Outside of allowing your foot to stretch and be used fully, it also features the Super-Grip design, developed and patented by ADS Japan. This grip material lines the inside of the bottom, sides, and heels of the shoes allowing for your foot to stay in place. This reduces lateral and vertical displacement of the foot, making it easier to hold the floor, aiding in improved performance.

 

These shoes are made of patent, nylon, and leather materials blended together. This makes them light, breathable, and extremely comfortable. The shoes work for both competitive dancing and for people who want their feet to feel comfortable after many hours of dancing. They have a standard 1" heel.



 

 

 

 

How to Measure your feet:

What you will need:

  • Two pieces of paper
  • A writing utensil
  • A ruler
  • A friend (recommended, but not essential)

Measuring Your Feet In Three Basic Steps:

1. Step down on a piece of paper and trace the outline of your foot. Particularly if you have trouble touching your toes, it will be easier if you have a friend present to trace your foot for you.
2. Use the ruler to measure the length of your foot from the longest toe (usually the big toe, but depends on the foot) to the back of your heel. Write down the measurement.

3. Compare your foot measurements to the measurements on our shoe length chart to find the number that corresponds to your shoe length.

 

Shoe Length Chart


More from this collection