There is no twist on the ballroom dance shoe deal at Carmen's Dance Shoes on EL Cajon Boulevard. The College Area shoe store says a customer can take a shoe away from the store "knowing that you are buying the 'best' when it comes to ballroom dance shoes."
Just south of I-8, and Monteczuma Road, not far from SDSU, SAn DIegans can find a floor worthy pair of dance shoes among Carmen's 500 shoes to choose. A convenient palce to buy shoes from a danceer who has been selling ballroom dance shoes for over 32 years.
A simple hook and buckle open toe April leather shoe with a suede sole. Black or beige. Or, the closed toe Capezio black Nubuk that laces up.
Whatever comes natural. Or, fits in dance life plans. Dance shoe shoppers will not miss out on buying a shoe that works from Capezio, Nueva Epocha, Kern, Danschuz, or Dance Now.
The look gives the social quality to the easy to use shoe. A slip on easy look. Even the big celebration look. In a 1 and a half inch heel, to a 3 and a quarter inch heel, the Cha Cha never comes out flat.
There is a 50 percent off clearance sale on snap buckle white leather shoes with an open toe.
San Diegans who want to do nothing but dance can try out a grounded kind of dance footwear. The dance sneaker. Jazz. Tap. Ballet. The deal on the "best" shoe can happen.
Carmen sells Capezio black canvas, or, black leather and rubber sole dance sneakers. Life made lively by dance keeps moving on once a shopper buys a pair, and maybe, a dance shoe bag. The flexible shoe does not keep a dancer guessing on how well they will last. Even during a zumba or aerobics class.
Carmen's shoe store opens San Diegans eyes to their dance possibilities. "We are committed to providing our customers total satisfaction. Every time. Guaranteed."
THis is the second article in this three article piece for American Enterprise Sequels on Thursdays. To read the earlier articles, read
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