Below the calf, crew style that is so much more than any compression sock! The Performance Shock creates a beautiful line and has a slim-cut toe to look incredible on the feet in class or on stage while providing incredible comfort and support.
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The Apolla shock support scale Level 2 Standard Support
- This profile hits just BELOW the calf
- The ONLY dancer footwear awarded the American Podiatric Medical Association Seal of Acceptance (along with ALL Apolla Shock styles). Meaning the APMA says they are good for your feet!
No compression in the toes but does have a slim cut
Easy to get on and off
Lays comfortably with reduced compression at the opening so it does not indent skin.
Maintains a continuous line of the leg for a seamless look…looks great onstage
A fan-favorite style that is versatile for class, stage, convention, or on-the-go for jazz, tap, zumba, ballroom or any other dance/athletic activity you can think of!
Offers great support for the ankles and arches
THE AMP & PERFORMANCE SHOCK SIZE CHART
The feet are fickle (and so are your preferences). Each person will fit their Shocks differently…so below the charts are size GUIDES…SEE BELOW FOR SIZING TIPS to help get you in your best fit!
Tips for Sizing:
The Performance Shock/AMP Shock fits similar to the Infinite but the size chart IS slightly different so please take note! The top of each size range is borderline, here are tips to help you determine your best fit.
- Foot size, narrowness and age may change the size up or down.
- You may consider selecting the smaller of your border line size IF:
- You are at the low end of a size range and are younger than 11 years of age, are very petite boned for your age, and/or have a narrower foot than average for your size
- For example, an 11-year--old who wears a size 5.5-6 shoe would choose a size Small Infinite instead of a Medium (based on the size chart) or a very petite boned adult
- A 16-year-old who typically ranges between sizes 6.0-6.5 street shoes and has average leg and foot size would choose the recommended size Medium.
- A 16-year-old that ranges 5.5-6.0 with a narrower foot will likely be more comfortable in a size Small
- Also consider if you are a 6.0-6.5 but very narrow feet or petite boned if you prefer a snug fit in the toes you may want a small, if you like wiggle room, go with the Medium.
- Every dancer has a preference…some will love the lower profile of the Performance, some may miss the snug hug of the Infinite up the calf.
- The Performance Shock has the same arch and ankle support and differs in:
- Lower profile & softer opening: the top of the Shock should hit below the bottom of the calf and goes on easier. The Infinite hits mid-calf
- Sleeker and fitted in the toes than the Infinite to accentuate the feet and create a more seamless look onstage. But still has freedom.