Question about Bloch Dancing
My daughter's street shoes are 9.5. She needs an XL in the S0609 Bloch Eclipse Leather shoe for her modern class.
Posted by Anonymous on
bloch are brilliant, depending on where you live, you could go to their shop and tell them what you want and they'll get whats suited to you, they spend ages on you and make sure you get what you want.it looks like its got big cushioning, but it hasnt really, and it really helps you turning and being light on your feet as you dance. if you dont mind amazon then they're cheaper there:
and here's some google shopping results for them:
and finally, here are some other bloch dance sneakers for you to have a look through:
hope i helped, ask if you'd like some more choices or whatever, i got a huge collection of websites and stuff for dance shoes.
Posted on Oct 27, 2010
SOURCE: I have a pair of
I've had this problem with my daughter's shoes, and her foot is very narrow. I cut down some generic-brand Dr. Scholl's-type insoles (available at grocery and drugstores) and that did the trick.
1. Get the appropriate sized insoles, and lay the right show on the right insole, and the left shoe on the left insole. Trace them with a pen.
2. Cut out the insole, cutting slightly inside the lines-- the inside of the shoe is smaller than the outside.
3. Work the insoles inside the shoe. Use your fingers to feel around the edges to see where you need to trim them to fit.
4. If it's too long, don't trim all the length off the toe, or all the length off the heel... you'll mess up where the arch curves.
Good luck! I hope it works for you.
Posted on May 04, 2011
SOURCE: I purchased a pair of
I have found that a simple phone call can do wonders! Companies such as Hush Puppies has built a reputation which I am sure they want to uphold, so customer service and satisfaction is important to them. Their phone number is 1-866-699-7365 (M-F, 9:00 - 7:00). Here is a link to their site as well:
I highly suggest a phone call rather than an email. Simply explain what happened (and it wouldn't hurt to say something like "I am a big fan of Hush Puppies and have never had this problem before.") and offer a solution (i.e., you will pay to ship the shoes back if they will send you a replacement pair or fix yours). Companies are more receptive if you already have a solution in mind rather than just calling to complain and vent. And no matter how rude the person on the other end of the phone is, maintain your composure and be abrupt but polite. If the person is not willing to help you (even if they say they are sorry but there is just nothing they can do), ask to speak to the manager/supervisor. ALWAYS get the name (first and last) of the person you are speaking with and make a note of it. If the manager/supervisor does not assist you to your satisfaction then keep moving up the chain.
If after all your efforts they still say "no," then repeat their names and let them know that you are going to report them to the Better Business Bureau (or whatever version you have in your country). Don't be surprised if they change their tune!
Good luck and "walk on!"
Posted on Jun 24, 2011
SOURCE: My dog destroyed the logo
Good news it can be fixed. Bad news, you have some work ahead of you. You will have contact the manufacturer and get the replacement part. Some manufacturers are very helpful and other down right mean. Once you get the replacement part take it to your local shoe repair and they can attach it. I have also bought worn/damaged shoes on eBay for replacement parts to repair customers shoes.
Posted on Sep 10, 2011
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