Irish Dance Shoes

Welcome to our Irish Bliss/ Easy Irish Dance information on a variety of aspects about Irish dance shoes. You can go to each individual blog post or read all the information in one hit.

  1. AVOIDING SORE FEET
  2. HOW SHOES CAN AFFECT YOUR DANCE STYLE
  3. DANCE SHOES vs. SHOES FOR DANCE?
  4. MY SHOES: WELL-HEELED & WELL TRAVELLED

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  1. Hi Nora – this is Deirdre from John Fennell’s School of Set Dancing Ltd – I read with interest your article and am just wondering why you haven’t mentioned Inisfree Dancing Shoes – two years ago with the help of John – they redesigned and added to their collection of dancing shoes – each prototype was tested within our school and for adults John tested them himself – for Seán Nós dancing they produced Luke for the male dancer and Clancy for the female – the Clancy shoe was designed especially for those ladies who liked to wear the man’s flat shoe – it is a cross between the ladies and the man’s shoe – it has the lower heel but the shape of the ladies – it is also cushioned to eleviate the impact of set dancing – they also designed a ready made tipped shoe for both men and women – Makem and Reilly – these shoes are tipped both toe and heel – the tips are tufnel coated and are part of the actual shoe. For the past two years in the Armada during Willie Clancy week we have being selling these shoes – this year – we saw just how popular the new shoes were with repeat sales – especially the Luke shoe though designed for the male was a popular choice with Ladies who have wide feet, bunions or general feet problems – it is a softer leather and they felt more comfortable and could dance the week away without the risk of being crippled or having to sit out a few sets. If you would like further information – do feel free to contact us via facebook – kindest regards – Deirdre

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