Jig Shoe: FAQ

Here are answers to the most common jig shoe questions we get asked by email!

 

Best Jig Shoe for Beginners?

We would recommend the Superflexi for younger dancers or those with little experience of dance. The Superflexi offers great support to the ankles and foot tendons whilst still being flexible in all the right places. Beginners or dancers who are not competing at a senior level should really consider the Leinster tip and Leinster heel.

Best value for money?

The Superflexi jig shoe with Leinster tips and heels. Available in a choice of widths, it offers a great sound for those experimenting with Irish dance or who are on a limited budget.

Best Jig Shoe for Open/Championship dancers?

These dancers have been dancing long enough to make up their own mind on this one! It totally depends on the individual dancer and the shape of their feet. However have you seen our new Ultralite jig shoe? This style of jig shoe is the new favourite amongst top dancers.

Narrowest jig shoe?

Fays

Widest jig shoe?

The Superflexi, Ultraflexi and Nova jig shoes all come with a wide fitting option.

Best jig shoe for getting on your toes?

Any of the black suede sole jig shoes will allow you to do this.

Best jig shoe for dancer's with injuries?

We would recommend the leather sole Superflexi if you require additional support in the arch area.

Best jig shoe for comfort features?

We would recommend the Hullachan Jig Shoe as it has a padded heel collar, padded insole, padded tongue and blister ease heels.

I need a sizing guide!

You can find our comprehensive jig shoe sizing guide here

Can I return shoes if they are the wrong size?

Yes you can. You can find out more on our returns and exchange policy page.

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Jane - Northern Ireland
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