What happens when you wear new pointe shoes?
Have you ever wondered why a new pair of pointe shoes does not have a Right side or a Left side for your feet?
Have you wondered how you can help break your new pointe shoes for a better fit and shape for each foot?
New pointe shoes always need a molding process to best suit your individual foot conditions.
What happens if your feet do not have the ideal, technically correct and aesthetic position required? Or, even in some cases, what happens if the pointe shoes you just bought are just too hard and stiff to comfortably work on?
From the first moment you put on your new pointe shoes, these will of course naturally adapt to your particular foot shape and way of working.
If your foot is not properly aligned or that your feet have a tendency to slightly go inward, what happens? Right on that first moment, your pointe shoes would probably be adapting to an incorrect shape that will be increasingly evident with more use, and can lead to more discomfort and foot problems.
Ballet Foot Stretch offers a solution to this problem.
How? Well, very simple. Use the footstretcher, but with your pointe shoe on. The action exerted by the footstretcher on the foot in the correct "endehors" and "coup de pied" position, in turn, will also adapt and mold the pointe shoe. While doing this, press and shape the necessary points of your shoe with a little help from your hands so that the pointe shoe finally takes the correct and desired shape.
After adapting your pointe shoes with your footstretcher, as you wear them, you will right away notice and feel, that your shoes will be correctly aligned on your way up, helping you rise easily onto your pointe shoes from the very beginning.