Guest LaurieM Posted May 27, 2004 Report Share Posted May 27, 2004 In preparation for my summer classes, I dug out my old slippers - little black leather things with an elastic sewed on and electrical tape keeping the soles in place. I figure my feet deserve better - and I have visions of parts flying off during class and hitting someone in the head - so I'm going to get some new ones. Slippers for 5 weeks of Ballet shouldn't be a big investment, but as a starving student, I'm weary with my $$$. I want to buy slippers I can wear to class this summer, store in a little box on a shelf, and pull out for future Ballet without needing to re-attach parts with tape. What's good in the little Ballet slipper department? My old ones were once full soles, but I'm considering split-sole because I found it hard to get anything resembling a good point with my old slippers (especially later in their lifespan). I also want something that'll last like I said. What's the general longevity of little Ballet slippers? My old ones lasted only a year. (I wasn't doing Ballet but Irish dance.) Quote Link to comment
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