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Nancy Your Questions About Ladies Shoes Wide

Nancy asks…

Volleyball shoes?!?!?

I need a pair of comfortable, affordable (nothing more then $50), supportive and overall a really good volleyball shoe. Any brands and styles and stores to get them? Thanks!

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Well you have a very wide variety of volleyball shoes to choose from ranging anywhere from around $48-$156. Another thing you will have to consider will be where you would like to purchase them.
At most sporting goods stores (Academy, Sports Authority) they should have the standard ASICS® Women’s GEL-Rocket® 5 Volleyball Shoes for as I said around $48. Some specialty shoes stores have the Womens Nike Multicourt 10 (Lady Foot Locker carries these) which are closer to $50.
If you are serious about volleyball and use your shoes correctly by only wearing them on the court better quality shoes may be more expensive but better in the long run. Some higher end volleyball shoes include the Mizuno brand– the least expensive shoe they sell are $70, which are the Mizuno Women’s Wave Rally 2 Volleyball Shoes. You can browse Mizunos website here (http://www.mizunousa.com/volleyball). Good Luck finding the perfect shoes!

Sandra Your Questions About Ladies Shoes Wide

Sandra asks…

What do you do at a pointe shoe fitting?

I am going to a pointe shoe fitting and I am nervous of what they are going to ask me!?
Do they let you decide on the shoe??? Does it take alot of time?? what do yyou say if you aren’t interested in their pointe shoes???? HELPPPPPPPPPPPPPP!!!!!

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Don’t worry, it’s really nothing to worry about.
On my first pointe shoe fitting, the lady looked at my feet and measured them with those metal scale-like things they have at shoe stores. They had a supply of disposable socks that are like tights, and toe pads (gel and wool). Well, you wear the thin socks and the pad and you try on the shoe they give you. They have a mirror and a barre, and you do what they tell you to do, like plie and releve. Is it so tight that your toes scrunch up? Is there room between the platform of the shoe and your big toe? The shoe is supposed to be tight, but it shouldn’t be a pain to put on and there should be a little scrunch at the heel when your en pointe. You should be able to fit your pinky/index finger snugly between your heel and the heel of the shoe. They tell you what to do, so you don’t have to worry about what to do, LOL. I went with my entire class, so we weren’t nervous.
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My first pair they made me try on was actually the best fit! They made me try all these other pairs, but the Capezio Glisses worked the best. They are for wider feet, so they worked really well for me.
Just do what the fitter wants you to do, and the process will be very smooth.

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