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  • Sarah P

    Pointe tap shoes. How awesome would it be to come out en pointe and suddenly tap dance?!

  • Emily Heckathorn

    Pointe tap shoes. Dancers are jealous!

  • Jacqueline Olivia

    Tap/ pointe shoes

  • Monica Cano

    From Sansha, this combination pointe shoe is fitted with taps on "Futura" model pointe shoe. Small 3/4 inch heel. #dance #shoes #tap #ballet #dancer #dancers #new #cute

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