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(2 customer reviews)

Flexi Pro Standard


(2 customer reviews)

Flexi Pro Standard

The best shoe on the market. Worn by virtually all of the current World and All Ireland Champion dancers.


The Flexi Pro is essentially a heavy shoe but with untold flexibility. Years of experience led us to develop the first flexible shoe on the market. Wearing Flexi Pro means no blisters and virtually no breaking in time.

They come complete with our very own thunder tip and the Atlantic Bróg heels. They also have the white Atlantic Bróg shaped strap, which can be changed for boys or festival dancers if needed. These are without doubt the best shoes on the market so far.

Flexi Pro / Atlantic Bróg/ Atlantic Black Heavy Shoes

Please see our page on Flexi Pro for full fitting techniques. Please note that shoes which are purchased online are not guaranteed from splitting if the shoes have been fitted incorrectly or the wrong width purchased.   Flexi pro come in Standard and Wide Fit so if you have a wide foot please try the correct width fitting. We can also supply Narrow as a special order.

Although we would always suggest the dancer gets used to a pair of shoes, dancers have worn them straight from the box to the stage.  Due to their flexibility, we expect durability to be slightly less than older style heavy shoes. It’s impossible to put a time span on the life of the shoe, but we would recommend changing after 12 months whether or not the shoes are still fitting.

We recommend you order a half size down from the child’s normal shoe size, possibly a full size if you want them tight. The tighter you fit them, the more chance of them stretching out the back and over the heel. Although, we have strengthened the heel with a pop out material to guard against this as much as possible. If they are fitted too tight the heel will stretch out over the back especially if one foot is bigger than the other.  In these cases fit to the dancer’s larger foot, wearing a toe pad in the smaller one.  No more than half a finger length should be left spare at the toe as they will stretch.  However remember there are different width fittings so if the child is broad across the toes perhaps a wide might be more suitable. We recommend narrow for ONLY very narrow feet as standard are the usual fitting.

Shoes purchased online are purchased at the risk of the owner and as such fitting issues which may arise can not be the responsibility of Feisfayre. We are happy to give as much advice as possible and even look at photos whilst trying on but we always suggest getting sized at competitions when we are present, so that the child is always comfortable in their current size and know exactly what to order.  Shoes can be exchanged as long as they haven’t been worn and are brand new.

Shoes will benefit from regular polishing to help keep the leather looking clean and new especially as tape can remove the upper coat of leather and leave the shoes looking scuffed.  A good quality polish on a weekly basis will help with this.

Please remember that while following the guidance below will help you get the correct size, the foot is a three dimensional shape and factors such as the depth of the arch will also affect sizing which we are unable to account for here. As such the sizing guide is not a guarantee that the size will be correct. Customers will be responsible for the postage cost of any exchange.

On a general note, jig shoes should not be purchased too large as the ball of the foot needs to sit correctly in the shoe to be able to generate the required sound with the tips. Jig shoes which are too large also make toe walking and more advanced techniques very difficult. They also create more blisters than shoes which are too small. A little toe wiggle room is fine but the distance from the tip of the longest toe to the top of the shoe should be no more than 5-10mm (depending on the level of the dancer).

Jig Shoe Size Conversion Chart

* Please read our foot measuring advice to get a more accurate reading.

UK Size US Size Girls/Ladies US Size Boys/Mens EU Size Foot Length (mm) *
9 11 10 27 163 – 167mm
9.5 11.5 10.5 27.5 168 – 171mm
10 12 11 28 172 – 175mm
10.5 12.5 11.5 28.5 176 – 180mm
11 13 12 29 181 – 184mm
11.5 13.5 12.5 29.5 185 – 189mm
12 1 13 30 190 – 194mm
12.5 1.5 13.5 31 195 – 198mm
13 2 1 31.5 199 – 201mm
13.5 2.5 1.5 32 202 – 205mm
1 3 2 33 206 – 209mm
1.5 3.5 2.5 33.5 210 – 214mm
2 4 3 34 215 – 218mm
2.5 4.5 3.5 35 219 – 222mm
3 5 4 36 223 – 226mm
3.5 5.5 4.5 36.5 227 – 230mm
4 6 5 37 231 – 234mm
4.5 6.5 5.5 37.5 235 – 237mm
5 7 6 38 238 – 241mm
5.5 7.5 6.5 38.5 242 – 245mm
6 8 7 39 246 – 249mm
6.5 8.5 7.5 40 250 – 253mm
7 9 8 41 254 – 257mm
7.5 9.5 8.5 41.5 258 – 261mm
8 10 9 42 262 – 266mm
8.5 10.5 9.5 42.5 267 – 270mm
9 11 10 43 271 – 274mm
9.5 11.5 10.5 44 275 – 278mm
10 12 11 45 279 – 282mm
10.5 12.5 11.5 45.5 283 – 287mm
11 13 12 46 288 – 291mm
11.5 13.5 12.5 46.5 292 – 296mm
12 14 13 47 297 – 300mm

When taking the shoes off, we recommend opening both the laces fully and the straps so that the heel support and leather isn’t damaged by pulling them off.

2 reviews for Flexi Pro Standard

  1. Sean Slemon

    Flexi pro are great they are real easy to break in. I got a pair before a feis and danced in them at the feis.

  2. Jimmy

    These are fab.

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