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Jazz Tap Master (JTM)

 

Jazz Tap Master - Miller and Ben

Jazz Tap Master (JTM)
Featured: Royal Brown

Specifications

Upper –Leather

Sole –Leather (double layered sole)

Heel –Compressed wood & leather, Low & wide ‘Jazz-Tap’ heel

Height –1¼ Inch (32 mm)

Sizes

Narrow –34 to 40½, 44 to 46½
Regular –34 to 48
Wide –34 to 48

Size Chart

Standard Colors

Jazz Tap Master - All Black Jazz Tap Master - Black and White Jazz Tap Master - All White Jazz Tap Master - Royal Brown Jazz Tap Master - Skin Tan

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Options

Standard Colors –All Black, All White, Black & White, Skin Tan, Royal Brown.

Featured Shoe –Royal Brown (standard style)

Custom Design –48 Custom Colors and patterns to choose from.

ORT –All shoes available in three ‘Orthodic Enabled’ options.

 
Jazz Tap Master in Black available online

4 comments:

Paulette04/16/2014 at 5:08 pmReply

I am most concerned about comfort. I need a shoe that isn’t narrow in the toe. Also, I wear an 8.5 women’s shoe. Which size would I order from you?

Thanks…

Paulette

ctaylor04/23/2014 at 5:43 pmReply

Hey Paulette,
I completely understand your need for comfort. The Jazz Tap Master actually comes in a wider width, which may be helpful if you’d like a wider toe box. Usually going with the wider size will make it 1/8 of an inch wider than the medium width. It doesn’t seem like a lot of space, but you can definitely feel the difference in your toes. Miller and Ben recommend that you go down a half a size from your street shoe size so their recommended size for you would be a 39.5 and wide if you prefer that extra space. I hope that this helps! Let me know if there’s anything else I can do for you.
Thanks,
Christin

Erin06/30/2014 at 11:59 pmReply

I’m thinking about investing in a pair of your Jazz Tap Masters, but I’m a huge fan of the single screw taps. Is that an option for your design?

ctaylor07/02/2014 at 3:46 pmReply

Hey Erin,
They do not make their shoes with the single screw taps. They recommend that you purchase the shoes without the taps installed and then take them to your local cobbler to get taps installed the way you like them. I hope that this helps! Let me know if you have any other questions.
Thanks,
Christin

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