Buying Stripper Shoes
The Beginner’s Guide To Buying Stripper Shoes
When it comes to buying stripper shoes, you are probably asking yourself several questions. What are the best stripper shoes to wear? Which Stripper Shoes are the most durable? What shoes are the most cost efficient? Of the Pole Dance shoes available to you, what are the most comfortable? First off, we will start with the categories of Stripper Shoes. Stripper Shoes can be put into six different categories.
The Six Types of Stripper Shoes (3 types of shoes, and 3 types of boots)
- Patent leather
- Mary Jane
- Knee high boots
- Ankle Boots
- Thigh high boots
Stripper Shoes and Stripper Boots range in heel size between 4 to 10 inches in length. As a result of , most commonly a heel size used is 6 inches. Also, If this is your first time buying stripper heels, going with a heel size between 4 to 6 inches is your best bet.
Crawling is not an option, you must learn to walk first
It is generally a good idea to practice walking in your new shoes. Because of this, If walking in heels is difficult for you, be sure and get some practice in with those new platforms of yours.
Logically you would think that by default the smaller the heel size, the easier it is to walk. However, many of the most experienced girls in the industry, disagree with that theory!
Quite often a dancer who is buying a new pair of dance shoes, upgrade to a bigger heel size and find that the shoe in particular they just purchased is much easier to walk in!
Keep in mind, comfortable shoes fit better. A well known trick Stripper’s do to their shoes is use a blow dryer to heat up the soles and mold them to their feet. Be sure to not make the sole hot enough to burn skin. Allow to cool a little if necessary
Stripping on a budget
While in the beginning stages of your stripping career, it only makes sense that your probably on a tight budget. As a result, one of the most expensive things in a strippers wardrobe is definitely her shoes. As a result, buying a pair of clear shoes could potentially save you money. Because clear shoes can match virtually any outfit! We offer several clear shoes in our store!
Pros and Cons of Stripper Boots
Boots can protect your legs and ankles as well if you bang around on the pole a lot. Keep in mind. when you wear boots, your legs and feet may not be able to breath as much as if you were to wear open toe shoes! Furthermore, boots generally cost more than shoes.
Stretch before the beginning of every shift!
Always remember to lightly stretch your calves and your Achilles tendons before and after your shift so that you can loosen the muscles and get blood flow into the area to prepare for a fun filled night of activity and artistic expression!
-Sean Founder of The Burlesque Baller