It is very important for a dancer a shoe and the part of contact with the floor is the most important.
We will call Sole to the hard and hard leather used in street shoes
Keep your friction capability always and is an ideal complement for a heal jebe. Is durable.
Used to make formal walking shoes
When the floor is wet it grabs better by increasing the frictional force.
In many cities there are no cobblers who make dance shoes, but if walking shoes
Disadvantages of dancing:
It is not flexible because it is a hard leather without flexibility and does not allow mobility or weight control in the foot, something that is so important for a dancer.
By being hard the leather distributes weight on all the sole of the foot and the friction is constant where it is stepped and the way that it is stepped.
Weight, the sole makes the shoes are heavier.
It is a finest leather commonly used globally in dance shoes. In many cities it is not common for cobblers to use chrome for their products as it is an ideal material to elaborate floors but of little durability for porous cement floors or natural surfaces.
The chrome sole has great advantages in dance shoes for its comfort, flexibility and above all the sensation of contact with the floor, very important for the handling of body weight in the dance.
Flexibility, high flexibility, is a soft leather and allows total flexibility where used
Adequate gliding allows total control of sliding as the foot itself handles its weight; If it is put higher weight to the slip point the shoe grabs, if it is put lower weight than the slip point the shoe slips smoothly.
Weight management allows you to project the weight of the body in the area that is needed on the sole of the foot. Ideal for handling turns.
The wear conforms to the feet of the dancer, the chrome or lamé is much more suited to the dancer’s treading so that it has the proper friction for each part of the foot area according to the dancer’s most usual movements.
More delicate for porous and uneven floors Because it is a thinner material, it demands greater care in the making of shoes. In many cities there are not many cobblers that have the technique to use the material because it is mainly used in dance and not for walking shoes.
In addition if you want to have more grip, dampening the sole greatly increases the grip. If you run into a slippery floor, the best option is to moisten the floor, the more damp it is, the more it will cling to the floor.