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 Dance Equipment, Shoes, Bags, Etc.
danceunltd
Posted: Feb 8 2008, 10:14 AM


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SportWaves
Several different models of shoe bags. Custom colors and embroidery available.

Dance Backpack - Size: 13" x 17" This drawstring backpack is available with Tap (IM4523-T), Dance, or Cheer (IM4523-C) silver embroidered logos. Perfect to throw over your shoulder as you run out the door to practice or a game.

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danceunltd
Posted: Feb 24 2008, 06:05 PM


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The COOL place for Dance Shoes!
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angelica fernandes
Posted: Jul 23 2012, 03:26 AM


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Dancing is a great way to relieve stress, stay fit, or shake off a bad mood. Most people assume that dance “equipment” is limited to formal classes. However, even if you are not dancing five hours a day in hopes of becoming a professional ballerina or ballroom medal winner, the right equipment will optimize your enjoyment by keeping you comfortable and safe. In general, leather or suede soled shoes are best for dancing. They allow you to pivot and move freely without sticking to the floor, which could lead to injury of ankles or knees. Rubber soled shoes are not advisable for dancing. The rubber will grip the floor, which is great for basketball but not good for the Cha-Cha. Again, by limiting your range of motion you can damage your knees or ankles. One option to rubber soled sneakers is dance sneakers.
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aeron
Posted: Nov 7 2012, 12:27 AM


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nice post angelica fernandes
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