Controversial View - footwear

Susan McKinnell

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Thank you! I will look at this site in hopes. Sue

On 8/6/2011 12:01 PM, Mary Quinton wrote:
> Sue, I sympathise,
> I also have shoe problems but I have a long narrow foot.
> However, if you look at the following website they do quite a range of
> dance shoes including jazz shoes in your size, and men's ballet shoes
> which also come in large sizes.
> http://www.movedancewear.com/cat/dance_shoes_jazz_shoes/21_115/
> Mary Quinton
> UK
> ----- Original Message ----- From: "Susan McKinnell" <xxxxxx@xxxxxx.xxx>
> To: <xxxxxxxxxx@xxxxxxxxxx.xxx>
> Sent: Friday, August 05, 2011 5:01 PM
> Subject: Re: Controversial View - footwear
>
>
>> I love the idea of information on dancing shoes. My problem is that I
>> have very wide (and long) feet. It is virtually impossible to find
>> shoes that fit. When Senior's made shoes to order, I could order them
>> there, but the new cobbler does not provide this service. (My feet are
>> US ladies 10 WW for reference). So, does anyone know where one can
>> purchase dancing shoes in very wide sizes?
>> Sue in Chicago, USA
>>
>> On 8/5/2011 10:11 AM, Lmae wrote:
>>> I have Morton's neuroma, and must have a hard surface under the ball
>>> of my foot and my toes or the shooting pains through my toes are
>>> debilitating.
>>> I found these not-so-clunky dance sneakers --
>>> http://www.amazon.com/Sansha-S30LC-Dynamo-Dance-Sneaker/dp/B003VWCFU2
>>> They're great, and come in several colors, which I like.
>>> They have a split sole, so I can still point my foot, and a slight
>>> heel.
>>> I like them very much.
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>
>> --
>> Susan McKinnell xxxxxx@xxxxxx.xxx http://suedan.com
>>
>> "A house without a cat, and a well-fed, well-petted, and properly
>> revered cat, may be a perfect house, perhaps, but how can it prove
>> its title?"
>> - Mark Twain, The Tragedy of Pudd'nhead Wilson
>>
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Susan McKinnell xxxxxx@xxxxxx.xxx http://suedan.com

"A house without a cat, and a well-fed, well-petted, and properly
revered cat, may be a perfect house, perhaps, but how can it prove
its title?"
- Mark Twain, The Tragedy of Pudd'nhead Wilson

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