Your dance shoes are wearing out too quickly and you have to change them too often? Discover these tips from Domyos to care for your pointe shoes and keep them longer!
Relevé Girls' and Women's Pointe Shoes
Relevé, originating from the world of ballet means "reaching full pointe". This is the name Domyos has chosen to call its innovation. Comfortable pointe shoes that make ballet dancing easier!
The elastomer insert offers comfort and softness.
Easy to dance on tiptoe
The design of the box/sole makes it easier to achieve full pointe.
Upper of : 100.0% Polyester (PES) Lining and sock of : 100.0% Polyester (PES) Outer sole of : 100.0% Leather - Cow
73% of dancers found the Relevé pointe shoe to be more comfortable than a traditional pointe shoe. Relevé.
Research and development tests conducted to test the COMFORT of the product (Sensory Analysis ) Biomechanical test, to test the ease of achieving full pointe, showed a reduction of 7% in soleus muscle activation (extensor muscle of the ankle that is used to achieve full pointe) with our Relevé pointe shoe, compared to a classic pointe shoe from specialists.
Ballet dancers with strong enough ankles to practice pointe.
Leave to dry before putting in your bag to prevent deformation.
Can be stored heel to toe, wrapped with the shoes' ribbons!
Ankle must be strong enough: to be approved by the instructor.
What is the Relevé pointe shoe?
The Relevé pointe, a Domyos innovation which offers 2 product benefits: Added COMFORT as the interior has a SEBS lining (elastomer that resembles silicon) that offers added COMFORT and SOFTNESS to dancers' toes when dancing. The box/sole assembly which allows you to achieve full pointe more easily, makes the Relevé unique and innovative. No more pain, just the pure pleasure of ballet dancing and pointe!
How to choose the right size?
The size is the first thing you should check when trying on pointe shoes. You need to be standing up, feet parallel to each other and perfectly flat. Your toes should be touching the tip of the slipper but not pressed against it. You shouldn't leave any extra room in pointe shoes. Warning: Dancing with pointe shoes that are too big is dangerous and very painful. There is no right or a left foot in pointe shoes, therefore, it's the dancer who decides which shoe feels best on which foot.
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