Dancing Shoes Guide

Cheap Shoes (less than $40)

These shoes are made of cheap materials, and will be worn away very quickly. Also they may not fit your foot well. If you just starting dancing, and unsure if you want to continue, it isn’t worth spending money on more expensive shoes.
We don’t have any brands listed for this price range, because there are no reliable brands. They can be bought on Amazon, eBay, and other internet stores.

However, if you plan to continue dancing, invest in more expensive, higher quality shoes – they will last much longer, and feel better.

Inexpensive Shoes ($50-$100)

These shoes are a good choice for beginners. They are an investment, and will last at least a few years. They are practical, comfortable, and durable.

Bloch
Capezio
Diamant
Freed of London
Gogo
Rotate Dance UK
Stephanie
Topline
Very Fine

Mid-Range Shoes ($100-$150)

These shoes are good for more serious dancers. They are designed more carefully, making sure to keep your feet looking and feeling their best while dancing. They will last longer and will be great choice for practice and performance.

DSI London
International
Paoul
Pietro Braga

High-End Shoes ($150+)

These shoes are maid with extremely well design and function.

Aida
American Classic
Crown Dance Shoes
Dance Naturals
Ray Rose
Showtime
SupaDance
Werner Kern