Pointe Shoe Fittings

Pointe Shoe Fittings

The Dancewear Center is known for excellent pointe shoe fittings and we have one of the largest inventories and the greatest selection of pointe shoes in the Northwest. While an appointment is not required—it is highly recommended to ensure we can assist you in a timely manner.* Give us a call at 425-827-6343 or email us at info@dancewearcenter.net to book—we look forward to helping you get an excellent fitting! For more information, check out our FAQs below.

*For first-time pointe shoe fittings, please check our hours calendar to ensure that there is a pointe shoe fitter onsite during the time you’d like to visit, and allot approximately an hour for your fitting.


What to Bring

  • Old Pointe Shoes

  • Any Padding/Spacers Used

  • Wear Convertible Tights (optional)

Group Fittings

If you have a large group of students you would like to bring in for Pointe or Demi Pointe fittings please call or email so we can schedule a block of time based on the number of students. We are also available to schedule private fittings outside of regular business hours for groups of 4 or more.

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Frequently Asked Questions

How long should I allow for my fitting? - If it is your first time being fitted for pointe shoes, and you’ve made an appointment—we like to plan for about an hour. We want your first shoe fitting to be a memorable, educational, and fun experience where we take the time to find the shoe that’s just right. If you’re a returning guest, 30 minutes is average. However, our part of our mission at the Dancewear Center is to make sure everyone finds the right fit for them—so we will take as long as necessary to get you in a pair of shoes you’re happy with! Please note that we are unable to take pointe shoe fittings later than 5:30pm.

What information do I need to have with me? - We always ask where you are currently dancing, and if your teacher has any specific requirements and/or preferences in regards to shoes or padding.

What if one foot is bigger than the other? - Most of us have one foot that is slightly bigger than the other; however, in some cases the difference is great enough that it requires 2 different sizes be worn. In this case, the dancer purchases 2 pairs—one in each size.